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Very Well

A Program for women suffering Reproductive Mood Disorders

When I was younger, in my teens and twenty's I had terrible mood swings. I would say things like; my hormones are out of whack this month or my hormones are driving me crazy! It would feel like there was a huge magnifying glass on my moods and everything would seem annoying and impossible.

Later as I went through perimenopause I was overwhelmed by waves of hormonal stress, brain fog, night sweats and hot flashes to the point I could barely function. It seemed so hopeless that getting breast cancer from HRT

was the least of my concerns!

But then it all went away.

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What would someone expect to get from this course?

Insight! A sight from with-in is far more powerful than short term fixes and endless techniques. An insight into how all experience is created can free us from limiting ideas because insights come from the Infinite and there is no limit to the Infinite.

Knowing that you are never broken, you lack nothing and don't need fixing will set you free.

What has that got to do with moods, hot flashes and night sweats?




When we understand where our experience is coming from then we are no longer victims of our circumstances. This is how I got free!

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Watch this video to hear how this understanding relieved Jen of her PMDD!!

Premenstrual dysphoric disorder is a very severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). It causes a range of emotional and physical symptoms every month during the week or two before your period. It is sometimes referred to as 'severe PMS'. PMDD occurs during the luteal phase of your menstrual cycle.

If you are suffering like this then I know you are desperate. Drs and Family don't understand and you barely have a day or two when you feel normal and the next month starts!

There is help!

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Post Partum Depression depression is suffered by a mother following childbirth, typically arising from the combination of hormonal changes, psychological adjustment to motherhood, and fatigue. 

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refers to the time during which a woman's body makes the natural transition to menopause, marking the end of the reproductive years. Perimenopause is also called the menopausal transition. Women start perimenopause at 40-55 and can last from 2-10 years.

Did you know that menopause only last one day! Its the 365th continuous day of no periods, then you are Post Menopause!

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