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The Secret Reason Why Menopause Makes Many Women Suffer
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Are you struggling with menopause?

Or is someone you know and love (and sometimes hate!) struggling?

Join me this week for a fascinating discussion with Lynda Wyzda, author of Menopause in Crisis: The Summer I Lost My Mind.

In this week’s show, I will reveal the little known fact that menopause can expose pre-existing psychological fault lines. In fact, it is our unhealed Old Scars from childhood that exacerbate the physical and psychological symptoms associated with menopause.

In this episode of Ask Dr. Love Radio, I’m going to show you how this suffering can be a springboard to healing oneself body, mind and soul.

In Lynda’s case, buried memories of childhood abuse came crashing to consciousness, causing all kinds of emotional and physical upheaval, including a racing heart, anxiety and panic…

After over four years of struggle, Lynda emerged from the ashes. Her journey back to health led to certifications in Transpersonal Studies/Spiritual Mentoring and Transpersonal Hypnosis, Yoga, and Reiki.

Tune in to find out the best mind/body practices for healing yourself or someone you love.


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Ask Dr. Love: The Secret Reasons Menopause Makes Women Suffer
In this episode of Ask Dr. Love radio, Dr. Jamie Turndorf discusses how menopause exposes unhealed psychological traumas and how this suffering can be a springboard to healing oneself body, mind and soul. Dr. Jaime explores the topic with Lynda Wyzda, author of Menopause in Crisis.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Lynda Wyzda
Lynda lives in New York State with her twin sons, David and Jonathan, and their adorably neurotic feline-friend, Blue. She holds an MA degree in Transpersonal Studies/Spiritual Mentoring as well as certifications in Transpersonal Hypnosis, Yoga, and Reiki. She is currently hard at work on the second volume of her memoir, Menopause in Crisis--The Journey Home where she will discuss the tools she used to heal her crisis and the steps she took to transform her life.

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