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Abstract Many myths exist about postpartum depression (PPD), all of which are based on the assumption that PPD differs qualitatively from depression that occurs at other times in women's lives. These myths paint a misleading picture of how PPD arises and may prevent women from receiving...
Abstract Psychotherapists working with midlife women are likely to encounter perimenopause-related concerns and can play an important role in helping women to cope with distress. In this paper I provide an overview of what perimenopause is, the broad range of concerns that therapists might...
Abstract Many midlife women are uncertain about the indicators of menopause and how to negotiate the menopausal transition. They need accurate information regarding perimenopause and menopause. They need to learn to cope with their changing bodies, appearance, and sexuality, as well as issues...
Abstract IS MENSTRUATION OBSOLETE? Coutinho, E. M. and S. J. Segal. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Reviewed by Elyse A. Warren.
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