The archetype of Queen is the first phase of wisdom years in the second half of life.
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Midlife comes with a pause, a menopause of recalibration and initiation into what the Chinese call a woman’s second spring.
Women’s careers, especially for those who’ve raised children, often bloom again in midlife. The dreams resurface, even haunt, when there is more time and space for them.
Research shows that women’s lowest level of reported happiness is at age 47. For those in perimenopause, the reckoning is often accompanied by changes in sleep and other physical and emotional symptoms.
Since midlife women are underrepresented in culture, I keep an eye out for programs that speak to us.
What is the right amount of work and rest? How can I be more conscientious about bringing both into the everyday?
What is your nature? I like questions that come at me sideways, the ones that ask me something in a slightly different way. I’m sure this comes from a lifetime of taking tests, surveys, and personality profiles designed to stratify and organize me. In those situations, I might think too hard before answering, as ifContinue reading “What is your nature?”
Research has emerged about benefits of hormone replacement therapy for women’s brain, heart, and bone health–a reversal of 20 years of medical advice.
Corsage tells a story about what it feels like for a woman to become an age that society no longer appreciates, and it’s timeless.