Let's Talk Menopause
Ruth Devlin set up Let’s Talk Menopause to help raise awareness and to provide accurate information on the menopause. She is passionate about providing women and employers with evidence-based information and support, helping women to make informed decisions about how to manage their menopause and so improve their quality of life.
She does this through giving talks, through the blog and recently published a book Men…Let’s Talk Menopause available online at Amazon, Waterstones, Blackwells or through (pop in the code RUTH10 for a 10% discount).
Please feel free to download and print off this Menopause diary – an incredibly useful tool!
To organise an information session or for more information please contact Ruth:
We are now providing all courses online these include:
- Menopause awareness and information sessions
- An insight into the benefits and practical tools of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
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Just a short post to let you know about the menopause diary I’ve put together…a useful tool if you need one!
Sometimes it’s those annoying, niggling side effects of hormones that can really start to get you down…some would say all part of our hormonal journey…others would label them as part of the natural ageing process…
Firstly, have you got a headache or a migraine. Is it related to those fluctuating hormones, the tipple you had the night before, any food you might have eaten, or just the stresses of life?