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Episode Info: Episode 69 (http://www.hernandezfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/menopause-200x300.png)Disclaimer: The materials and content within this podcast are intended as general information only and are not to be considered a substitute for professional legal advice or a consultation with a lawyer.  Leave us a 5-star rating and review on iTunes (http://bit.ly/1ecI7rk) and Stitcher (http://bit.ly/18lKIKt)! 1. Family Law Tip of The Week If you have been accused of doing drugs in your custody case and you actually have been using drugs, there is a right way and a wrong way to handle things. Start by being honest about the fact you are using. Next, get the help you need. 2. Real Women Have Hot Flashes - Menopause Menopause is a topic that doesn't get the attention it deserves. It seems like a lot of people don't talk menopause. In this episode of The Family Law Insider, Linda talks to us about the physical and mental symptoms of menopause and how to help ourselves Linda J. Hawkins (http://www.savvyhealthcoaching.com/About/) is a weight loss and lifestyle coach, and the author of “Yes, Real Women (http://www.savvyhealthcoaching.com/store/)” book series. She is certified in educating and promoting people about  living a healthy lifestyle. Menopause vs. Society “Whatever society likes, we like.” One reason menopause isn’t commonly talked about is because old women are identified as having menopause… And women have problems with that. Linda thinks menopause is not accepted by society. Society shuns it and makes woen feel bad about it.  More Pronounced In U.S. “Other countries don’t even see it as a problem or as an issue.” Linda sees menopause as an issue in the U.S. where other countries don't even see it as a problem or as an issue. People in some countries don't believe that women should be different as they go through the change of life. Linda learned that the word “menopause” doesn’t even exist in some countries. In fact, the older women in other societies are usually individuals who are considered the wise women, and people go to them instead of shunning them. It’s Not Something To Be Ashamed Of “I'm trying to get people to see that it is just a part of life.” Linda says menopause is actually something to enjoy, and people should celebrate it because there are so many positive things about it. For example - women - think about how women don't have to worry about their menstrual cycles anymore, and they don't have
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