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Perimenopause Please: The Psychological Impact of Perimenopause

By Nancy L. Whelan

This book published in July 2005 takes an in-depth look at the perimenopausal process in the typical American woman. Other literature explores the physiological and the outward physical aspects of perimenopause, but Perimenopause Please is unique in that it investigates the most important and often ignored aspect of perimenopause: the psychological impact.

Women will learn how to anticipate and acknowledge the positive elements of this new stage of life with enthusiasm as well as how to accept and manage the negative elements.  It really does get better!

About the Author

With a Master's degree in Psychology and a second Master's degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Nancy L. Whelan has worked in both human resources and marketing and has taught college psychology courses. Also a registered nurse, she worked for many years in a hospital setting before pursuing her psychology degrees. She now lives in Sebastian, Florida.   

 

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