The Catch-22 Taboo – Perimenopause, the six to 10 years leading up to menopause (menopause is defined as the moment after perimenopause, when a women has not had a period for 12 consecutive months) has long been something women didn’t discuss much. Ellen explains how this silence was tied to fear of aging and how a new view of older women as active, happy and sexy is helping women to break the silence and share helpful information on perimenopause & menopause.
Suffering in Silence is Out – Ellen teaches women how they can lessen the impact of symptoms by being prepared, understanding the changes they are going through, seeking the help they need, and sharing their experiences with the people in their lives. Ellen discusses how these key elements can make life happier for women and their families.
Menopause and Memory Loss – Memory loss is one of the many symptoms of menopause. But how can you tell the difference between memory loss due to menopause and the more serious symptoms associated with dementia or early-onset Alzheimer’s disease? Ellen has done her research. And if it is “only” menopause-related, Ellen has tips for getting that snappy, multi-tasking part of your life back.
Desperate Housewives and Sexy Cougars – Ellen discusses the fascination with older women pairing with younger men and how society is finally starting to recognize there is joy, life and great sex beyond menopause.
Insomnia and Perimenopause & Menopause – Ellen discuses the latest research on sleeplessness and the debate over its relationship to the changes women go through in perimenopause & menopause.
Divorce Prevention – Women often find themselves divorced at the same time they are going through perimenopause & menopause. Ellen explains how women can prevent it from driving a wedge in their marriages by educating themselves and their spouses on perimenopause & menopause.
SUMO FREE? – That self-critical voice that tells a woman she is too old, fat, wrinkled or not good enough is like a Sumo wrestler, Ellen says. She explains how women can get that big guy off their backs and live “SUMO FREE.”
Thinking Inside the Box – Ellen explains this fun, funny, sexy approach to life through perimenopause & menopause and how women, who so often spend all their time caring for their families, can learn to prioritize better care of themselves.
Hormones: No One-Size-Fits-All – Ellen explains why every woman is different when it comes to treating perimenopause & menopause symptoms, and discusses the importance of finding a doctor who specializes in perimenopause & menopause.
Perimenopause & Menopause and Playboy – When Ellen appeared on Playboy Radio she was overwhelmed with calls from men. She explains what they were calling about and how men can support the women they love through perimenopause & menopause.
Dueling Hormones – With many women waiting until later in life to have kids, many teenagers have moms who are going through perimenopause & menopause. Ellen explains how moms can better share with their teens, how teens can support their moms, and how it can lead to better communication and more harmony.
Menopause Mondays Parties – Ellen explains how women getting together to share and support one another is cause for celebration. She reveals what goes on at Menopause Mondays Parties and even shares a recipe for MenoCosmos.
Menopause and the Military – Ellen salutes the women of the armed forces who have made so much progress in demonstrating the scope of their potential to the world. They are proof that women are strong, capable, and powerful forces of change in society. All of us, whether civilian, military, or part of a military family, still have work to do on the home front: our bodies. Ellen can discuss how we can join forces to finally beat the ignorance that surrounds perimenopause and menopause. In this battle, we are all in the trenches together.
Happy New Chronikkah! – Ellen tells how her family celebrates the holidays in an all-inclusive way with a party celebrating Christmas, Chanukah and New Years. She discusses the importance of finding ways to celebrate every day in helping women and their families grow older with joy.
Perimenopause & Menopause and Women in Business – Ellen discusses how career women can prepare for the changes of perimenopause & menopause and how a new attitude of openness to the topic can help in business and office environments.
Perimenopause & Menopause: Pre-existing Condition? – Some women have reported having trouble getting their insurance to pay for perimenopause & menopause treatments. Ellen discusses the changing healthcare landscape as it relates to perimenopause & menopause.
Communication and Intimacy – Ellen who has been married 33 years, discusses how couples can stay connected and support each other through trying times and changes.
Everyday is a Birthday – Ellen tells how she learned to celebrate life every day and how this approach can help men and women going through perimenopause & menopause and other struggles.