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How to boost your self-confidence in perimenopause

Updated: May 3, 2023



Perimenopause hits just when you are at the top of your game. A successful career, a family, a home. You have it all and then all of a sudden you can’t remember people’s names, in work meetings you go blank, you start crying in meeting, in front of your work mates. You have no idea what’s going on but you feel like you are losing your mind. It can have a devastating effect on your self-confidence. On top of that, perimenopause is like an acknowledgement that you are getting older. We live in a society that tends to value youth and beauty over experience and wisdom and so we are surrounded by people trying to look younger and more beautiful which can have a huge impact on our self-confidence when we are feeling a little vulnerable. The good news is that once women move beyond menopause, they tend to find themselves filled with a newfound confidence and at ease with themselves in their own skin – often for the first time in their lives.

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