As well as our own books we also recommend these books about menopause. There are lots of different perspectives here. We don’t necessarily agree with them all, but they all have something to offer in the menosphere. Only when you have a range of perspectives, can you make up you own mind about what information works best for you.
The Slow Moon Climbs casts menopause in the positive light it deserves―as an essential juncture and a key factor in human flourishing. A fascinating look at the history of menopause and what it means for women today.
Including chapters on menopause, sex, culture, work, rage and freedom, writer and journalist Sam Baker shares her experiences of life post 40 and shows women how to create their own story.
This practical nutrition and lifestyle guide provides women with the tools to build their own menopause diet which specifically targets the symptoms that are relevant to them.
Flash Count Diary is a powerful exploration into aspects of menopause that have rarely been written about, including the changing gender landscape that reduced levels of hormones brings, the actualities of transforming desires, and the realities of prejudice against older women.
Brain fog can be one of the early and alarming symptoms of menopause. This book guides us through the science to show how our brains work, and why we might experience confusion and anxiety, especially during the menopause transition.
Wise Power is a new story of menopause – illuminating its power and potential. Pioneers of the menstruality revolution and the founders of Red School, Alexandra Pope and Sjanie Hugo Wurlitzer explain how to embrace menopause as a sacred rite of passage.
Bestselling author and clinical professor of psychiatry Dr Louann Brizendine dives deep into how the female brain changes for the better during midlife and debunks myths and misinformation to create a revolutionary new framework for this life stage.
The Natural Menopause Method is a nutritional guide to address these and many other common menopause symptoms; helping readers to navigate the biological and social challenges of midlife through the healing lens of food.
New York Times bestselling author Dr Jen Gunter brings you empowerment through knowledge by countering stubborn myths and misunderstandings about menopause with hard facts, real science, fascinating historical perspective and expert advice.
In this book, Dr Annice Mukherjee combines her medical expertise and personal experience to develop an essential menopause toolkit offering balanced, practical and comprehensive advice designed for our modern world.
This menopause book provides a comprehensive educational guide for all navigating this stage of life. It is also a manifesto for change, challenging outdated stereotypes and opening the possibility for a new story around menopause.
Drawing inspiration from mythic figures and archetypes ranging from the Wise Woman and the Creatrix to the Henwife and the Trickster, as well as modern mentors, Sharon Blackie radically rewrites the future for women in their mid and elder years. I loved this fresh approach to getting older.
This is the book about menopause that Andrea McLean wished for as she found herself in uncharted territory, grappling with the physical aftershock of a hysterectomy and the psychological fallout of a difficult transition.
Grow Your Own HRT shows the scientific proof of why some women go through menopause without a problem and how you can become one of them. This book demonstrates just how easy it can be to take care of ourselves during menopause if you just have the right information.