Join Live Better With's new menopause support group on Facebook

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Join Live Better With's new menopause support group on Facebook
We believe that every woman should have access to information, education, advice and emotional support to empower them to take control of their health and well-being during menopause. With that said, we are very excited to announce that we've set up a brand new menopause support group just for you!
Night Sweats
Aches & Pains
Vaginal Dryness
Low Libido
Weight Gain
Depression
Difficulty Sleeping
Incontinence
Painful Sex
Foggy Brain


If you're experiencing any (or ALL of the above), we want to let you know that you are not alone. 

So if you're looking for support and advice on how to cope with these perimenopause and menopause side effects, join our brand new support group and receive and share tips with others who know just what you're going through. You might just have a bit of a laugh too!

All you have to do is join up here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lbwmenopausesupport/

 

online menopause support group

 

5 reasons to join our menopause support group:

1) You'll discover so much

Our group has been set up specifically to help you discuss and manage your peri/menopause side effects and is a great space for sharing information quickly and easily. For example, if you want to tell someone about a resourceful website, a helpful book or product you found, just share it online with just a few clicks!

2) It's always open 

You don't have to move your schedule around to make room for a session at a set date and time - you can just check-in and ask a question whenever or wherever you want.

3) Your postcode/zip code doesn't matter

If you live in a rural or remote area or are unable to travel you can still get support - you just need to turn on your computer, smartphone or tablet.

4) You can be as open as you like

Our support group is 'Closed' so only approved members can see the content posted. We hope that you are able to air feelings, speak candidly and about issues which you may feel self-conscious about discussing elsewhere.

5) You might make some new friends

You're never too old to make new friends! As well as sharing great practical information and advice, online support groups can be a particularly good source of emotional support. Feel free to share how you’re feeling. They may not be able to offer a solution or advice, but knowing that other people – who could be strangers on the other side of the world – are thinking about you and wishing you well, can be very reassuring and super comforting.

All you have to do is join up here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lbwmenopausesupport/

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  • Live Better With Menopause Team
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  • Corrine
    Corrine

    Thanks for joining me.

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