Menopause Means…

Never Having to Say You're Chilly

Menopause means . . . breaking down in sobs at the checkout counter when you realize you love Costco more than your husband.” —Menopause Means . . . Never Having to Say You’re Chilly

* Cathy Hamilton humorously defines exactly what it means to grapple with simultaneous hot flashes, memory loss, and insomnia.

Women born between 1945 and 1964 account for 27.7 percent of the American population. Approximately 83 million women in this demographic are also experiencing a surge of hormones as they approach that significantly female midlife milestone. For herself and others like her, Cathy Hamilton characterizes the telltale signs of menopause in Menopause Means . . . Never Having to Say You’re Chilly.

Hamilton’s 100 hilarious insights on menopause are accompanied by full-color spot illustrations. They include:

* Menopause means . . . trading the fear of pregnancy for the greater fear of a man with a Viagra prescription.

* Menopause means . . . becoming intimately familiar with the shopping channel hosts populating the airwaves at 3:30 a.m.

In addition to authoring more than 10 humor titles with AMP, Hamilton has also launched a Web site for women over 40: www.BoomerGirl.com.

About the Author

Creator of Boyfriend-in-a-Box, Cathy Hamilton earned her 15 minutes of fame with appearances on the Today show and To Tell the Truth. Cathy currently writes a weekly column called Boomer Girl Diary for the Lawrence Journal World and is founder and editor of www.BoomerGirl.com, a web site created especially for women who were born during the baby boom. She lives with her husband and the occasional boomerang kid in Lawrence, Kansas.

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