Last year, I shared this letter with all of you. Another year has gone by and another birthday for my Mom, now 94, has passed. This past year, we have had some sadness in
our family. Dad passed away two months shy of his 99 year. Over the last 10 years, since Mom was diagnosed with dementia, Dad had been the one to take care of her, as he always did, until he was no longer able to.
She now lives in a world that is the size of a grapefruit.
Why is the phrase “Vaginal Dryness” so taboo? When I go onto the Internet and type in “menopause”, it shows thousands of clicks. Even “night sweats”, “mood swings” have many thousands of clicks. But very, very few when it comes to vaginal dryness. I speak
with so many women who really want and NEED to talk about their issues. Sexuality is on top of that list, but it all comes down to their biggest problem and that’s vaginal dryness. I get it; nobody likes to talk about something that they might feel uncomfortable about, but that should not be.
It has been my mission to bring this topic to the forefront. I speak with women all week long and my conversations are open to whatever they need to talk about.
Sexuality is the number one topic that women, and might I add, men too, wish to talk about.
“Sex is painful,” “ I must have closed up because it is so tight and painful”. These are some of the comments I get.