Honey, They Shrunk My Hormones: Humor and Insight from the Trenches of Midlife

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Simon and Schuster, May 11, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 223 pages
With compassion and insight, Caron Chandler Loveless uses humor -- lots of it -- to inspire and encourage women as they face midlife. Loveless writes with sensitivity about more than estrogen and hot flashes; she confronts self-image questions, the empty-nest syndrome, ailing parents, and the fear of letting go, among other topics, and gives a hopeful outlook to the new world that lies ahead.

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Contents

Pardon Me but Your Midlife Is Showing
3
Has Anyone Seen My Hormones?
9
Wombs to Go
17
If You Cant Stand the Heat Youre Not Alone
25
Everybodys Doing the Birthday Bash
33
Midlife Awareness Quiz
41
Chchchchchanges
43
In Defense of the ChickenBreasted Mammogram
45
Support for Mothers of Males
101
Whats Really Eating the Sandwich Generation?
109
Shes Having a Baby at Forty
133
Things You Should Know by Now
143
I Will Survive and Thrive
149
Midlife Goes to the Dogs
163
A Month in the Middle of Life
169
Will Dance with Me
181

Huffin with the HealthClub Hotties
55
Keeping Your Chin Up
65
When Little Fears Become a Factor
71
Midlife Relationships
89
A Little Whine Is Good for the Heart
191
Midlife Survival Guide
200
Notes
208
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Caron Chandler Loveless is a bestselling author, artist, life coach, and cohost of The Live True Podcast. She has authored and coauthored numerous books and magazine articles. For over twenty-five years, Caron used her strategic leadership and artistic gifts serving on the executive staff of Discovery Church in Orlando, Florida. She and her husband are currently dedicated to helping others break through the barriers that hinder them from living, loving, and leading with a healthy soul, and are parents to three dynamic adult sons.

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