A collection of letters on aging and menopause, gathered by my dear friend, Cecilia Gunther.
Originally posted on Melissa I. Hassard:
“Her little sister is so lucky,” says my 10-year-old daughter, earlier this evening, as I was explaining one of Sable Books’ latest releases to our beloved piano teacher. As I got home, I realized I hadn’t shared it with all of you.
Letters for my Little Sister began as a real letter — one that Cecilia Gunther had begun to write to her younger sister as a way to help with navigating the journey of aging and menopause. Their mother had died when they were young, you see, and there had been no one to really turn to to ask questions about this stage of their lives, and while Cecilia had been old enough to have observed their mother some, the memories were scarce. And there was really no one else around to give them this very personal advice.
She realized the taboo and silence around the subject of menopause, (“even typing…
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