THE MATURE WOMAN: HER RICHEST YEARS by Dr. Anna K. Daniels

THE MATURE WOMAN: HER RICHEST YEARS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Based on the theory that the menopause need not mean the ""end of love"", Dr. Daniels routs many of the unfounded fears and superstititions that are attached to this time and recruits some helpful physical and emotional facts. The medical techniques that have been developed and the value of hormone therapy; the more practical conduct of your life the ways in which to slow up gracefully along with acquiring new interests; all this leads up to sexual relationships with an outspoken chapter on the ""art of love"" for those women who may feel that it is escaping them. Reassuring reading, much like the books of Marie Stopes, although we feel that this must be a withering woman's market by now.

Pub Date: Sept. 21st, 1953
Publisher: Prentice-Hall