We all know we need to practice if we want to get good at something. And, yet, we rarely have the opportunity to consciously practice and learn intimacy skills. As kids, we absorb the patterns of our parents; as teens we fumble alongside our peers; as adults, we fake it thinking that we should already know what we are doing.
We are so conditioned to expect to get hot flashes, mood swings, depression, anxiety, weight gain, memory loss, irritable, lack of sexual desire, dryness.. so called symptoms go on as we lead up to menopause.
You know what they say about the word assume: it makes an ass out of u and me. And it applies when we make assumptions about weight.
By Nisha Khanna, MD: Do you ever wonder why you’ll be cruising, “I got this. I’m on track. This is it!” and then boom you lose it. Your usual maintenance tools don’t work. You’re stuck. You’re in a funk and don’t see a way out.
People who’ve had concussions may report these symptoms: pain, dizziness or vertigo, balance issues, gait disturbance, vision changes, sensitivity to light and sound, language problems, confusion, lack of focus, forgetfulness, nausea, sleepiness, and/or emotional problems.