Silly Sessions: Emerging From The Gloom Of Loss!

Two days before the one-year anniversary of my mom’s passing, I found myself in a pathetic mood.  I was weepy, sad, focusing on all of the unpleasant memories of the 9 years my mom and our family lived with her Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Aread more »

The Best Support Bras for Women 50+

The most comfortable bra that I have ever worn is the Incredible Sport VSX Bra by Victoria Secret. It gives awesome support, is comfortable, it even improves your posture! I am a 38C, but in this bra a 38D is equal to a 40 C-D. Comes in many differead more »


At 62 working more hours than young people my feet getting tired every day more and more. I am a chef and owner of a small deli. My lease is up the 2nd of Jan. and I don’t want to renew. I want to change fields. I am afraid of losing income.read more »

Making Out! Way underrated!

After being married for 17 years, and separated for 14 months, I finally have started a new romantic relationship. OMG. I had forgotten just how delicious making out can be! Last night my new BF made me dinner, and we hung out at his place listeniread more »

downsizing: the bicycle nightgown

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Not invited

I have a circle of friends. One of which has a son who is getting married in the fall. Now when she first annouced her son was getting married, I told her not to worry about inviting me. I live in another state, haven’t been close toread more »

I’m done

Can’t do this anymore. I have come to my limit with everything. My grandson has pushed me over the limit, and I have had him call his mother and she is on her way to get him. Can’t do this anymore. He refuses to do the thingsread more »

Stuck without Solutions

If you’re a regular reader of the MiddlesexMD blog, you might think I’m a broken record on the topic of the dearth of pharmaceutical tools to address hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). That’s because I am. I don’t know how else toread more »

Yet Another Possible Byproduct of Menopause: High Blood Pressure

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Life Lessons From The Garden: Smoothing Out The Rough Spots

I love to watch landscape architects make creative use of stones and rocks to add depth and character to a garden. For centuries the Japanese have been using stones in Zen gardens to symbolize streams and rivers while over in the English countrysiread more »