Before we kick this year off with the tenth prompt. let me wish all of you a very happy 2022! Let’s hope we can get back to our lives this year, and for Covid to disappear from our world.
The other post that was linked is by Mrs Jones, and she says some things that everyone should read. I want to highlight two pieces from it:
When I open my social media it seems inevitable that I will be faced with an advertisement that is aimed at women of “a certain age” and promises to reduce their belly fat, deal with their bloating or generally be a miracle cure for mysterious weight that won’t move.
Those articles that tell us we need to change the way we look at weight loss? They are right. We do need to look at the way we look at weight loss. We need to change the way we see our bodies and stop obsessing that we need to look a certain way.
Make sure you read the full post!
This month’s prompt
This month we are looking at breasts, and all the different changes that can happen to them during menopause. Think of breast pain and breast tenderness, of sagging breasts, or discovering lumps. Share what changes you have noticed in your breasts because of menopause.
How to join in?
Everyone is welcome to join in, whether or not you are the menopausal one. To keep things organized, please note the following:
- Write your post — it has to deal with menopause, but can be fact or fiction — and post it on your blog. Then come back here to link it below.
- Your post should show the badge of The Menopause Diaries, which you can find with the rules. If you are unsure how to add the badge, please read this guide.
- If you don’t have a blog but want to submit a post, please add your post here (please note, this page is only for when you don’t have a blog of your own, or when you don’t want the post on your own site).
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This month’s entries: