Changing the Menopause Conversation
Welcome to Menopause In Color, an online community dedicated to empowering women navigating perimenopause and menopause with confidence and resilience. We believe that women can thrive during this transition and emerge even stronger on the other side.
Our community is for women who are lively, in their prime, and ready to take on the world. We believe that menopause is not a destination but a journey that we can all go through together. We want to create a world where women can come together to share their experiences, learn from each other, and support one another.
At Menopause In Color, we provide a safe and supportive space for women to connect, share their stories, and find the resources they need to navigate this journey.
Our mission is to empower women to embrace this new phase of life with confidence and grace.
We believe that menopause is not something to be feared or hidden but celebrated as a natural and beautiful part of the aging process. We aim to create a community where women can feel seen, heard, and valued for who they are, regardless of their age or stage of life.
Join Us On Your Journey
So, whether you're just starting to experience perimenopause or are already in the thick of menopause, we invite you to join our community. Let's celebrate this journey together and create a world where menopause is seen as a new beginning rather than an end.
Hi! I’m Dr. Stephanie. The founder of Menopause in Color. I’m a mom, pharmacist, and perimenopause and menopause educator and advocate. I help women find their way through perimenopause and menopause by implementing simple health and wellness practices.
In my late 30's to early 40's I started to experience symptoms that were concerning to me. Some of them included heart palpitations, itchy ears, low libido, and mood swings, just to name a few. After speaking to my doctor and running several different tests without any findings, perimenopause was never mentioned to me. It was not until I started doing my own research, reading and studying that I realized that I could possibly be experiencing perimenopause.
The years of not knowing what was happening to me took a toll on my mental health. I wanted to use the information that I had acquired to help others. I hope to build a fun and supportive community that is welcoming to all.
Take The Next Step
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