Overall the book makes useful reading for both therapists and clients wanting to increase their understanding of the menopause and I commend the author's encouragement for more open discussion of the subject. --Therapy Today
At last, here s a book that tackles taboos around sexual changes, and the grief of saying goodbye to youth and fertility... Useful for preparing you for what s coming, or reassuring you if it s already happened. --Prima
About the Author
Sue Brayne is a published author, academic writer and researcher, workshop leader and psychotherapist. She is the author of The D-Word: Talking About Dying (Continuum, 2010).