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Old 04-27-2001, 12:29 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how to help husbands cope with menapause? I am trying to understand but the frequent rages are creating quite a strain on our relationship. We are now seperated at my wife's request.

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Old 04-28-2001, 03:24 AM   #2
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try the library

 
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Trying the liberary is a good start, but also you can go to the dr, and discuss your concerns with him , with your wife. As you said, you are in this together, the rages afect your household. I hope things work out, this is just another part of the jounery, and the good news is, it gets a lot better! You can also see a therapist with your wife.

 
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Thanks for the suggestions. It is very painful for us as a family. I know it must be for her. I always thought this period of life was an "old man's tale" along with PMS. This is serious stuff and a major learning experience in humbleness and understanding a a man.

Thanks again.

 
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today on oprah they had a doctor that wrote a book about menopause that might help. The name of the book is The Wisdom of Menopause by Dr Cristiane Northrup

 
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