Rod Stewart, the rock star was left feeling really confused as his wife Penny tried to outline what it can be like transitioning into menopause. He explained that he felt that if education surrounding menopause was better then he would have felt more prepared to be there for her. When asked if he thought that this could be achieved through menopause classes for men, he said, “Absolutely – it’s a very good way to go. Men have got to get on with it, understand and come out the other end.”
Masterclass for husbands and partners. Your relationship deserves it.
Menopause can be a particularly challenging time for couples. Her physical, mental, and emotional symptoms of menopause can be overwhelming. But this isn’t just a rough time for women – it’s also hard for the men who love them. In Mansplaining Menopause, you’ll learn what you can do to support your partner (and yourself!).
Is your partner's behavior changing? Right before your eyes?
Is her behavior changing right before your eyes? For many women, menopause can feel like an emotional rollercoaster. Hot flashes, night sweats, lack of sleep, fatigue… these symptoms would make anyone irritable. Never mind that irritability is actually its own menopause symptom! Take charge by learning how to smoothly traverse this rocky time.
Don’t take our word for it.
Trust in Sir Rod!
In This Masterclass You’ll Learn:
It’s time to take action, you and your partner deserve it!
Menopause symptoms are real.
Don’t be caught off guard.
With a laundry list of symptoms like irritability, anxiety, depression, rage, disturbed sleep, headaches, brain fog, and joint pain, she’s going to need help with more than just the laundry (although that’s an excellent place to start!). You may also be concerned about changes in your sex life as her body is changing. We’ve got the answers and advice to keep your relationship strong, intimate, and fulfilling.
Be proactive and thrive.
Understanding is key.
Many women don’t learn about menopause until they begin going through it. She’s probably having a hard enough time understanding and accepting the changes in her body, and trying to explain those changes to her partner can be even more challenging. Taking the initiative to learn about menopause, its symptoms, and what you can do to help will not only show your partner how much you care, but also make your own life easier. You may not be able to prevent hot flashes, but you can help the woman in your life get through this trying time while preserving and strengthening your relationship.