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How can family and friends help me through menopause?

Donna Hill Howes, RN
Family Medicine

It is important to feel support from family or friends during menopause. These connections will help you cope with emotional changes. It is important, especially at this time in your life, to take the time to nurture relationships, both with family and friends. Stay part of all communities that are important to you. It may be helpful to find new communities or opportunities for creative outlets for improved self-esteem through new accomplishments.

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