Intimacy and dating

Burney-Scott recognized there were not enough African American women sharing their stories of menopause, so she created the podcast, “Black Girls’ Guide to Surviving Menopause.” She shares her stories of how “the change” is changing her. Karen Clark is a Chapel Hill-based obstetrician-gynecologist and a North American Menopause Society Certified Menopause Practitioner.She breaks down what menopause is and debunks the myths about estrogen therapy. She spent years holding on to a marriage that had lost its spark out of fear that there was nothing better out there and no one would want a women of her age. Dreyer and Jonathon Cutler their interest was strictly sexual until their chemistry turned into an 18-year relationship and recent marriage.And I have several traditional Chinese medicine practitioners that I refer patients to. Clark on misinformation about estrogen therapy: The Women’s Health Initiative Study was reported in 2002.

[Then later there was] reanalysis of subsegments of the Women’s Health Initiative Study.Many people assume that it is challenging to maintain the intimacy of a long-distance (LD) relationship.However, recent research suggests that LD romantic relationships are of equal or even more trust and satisfaction than their geographically close (GC) counterparts.Inevitably, the body changes and so too do relationships.On this episode of the series “Embodied: Sex, Relationships and Your Health,” The State of Things guest host Anita Rao explores the impact aging has on intimacy, and offers a decade by decade look at shifts in bodies, relationships and attitudes.

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