The Real Cougar Woman is a 5-carat diamond who knows the importance of taking care of her health, beauty, relationships, finances and spirituality. Linda Franklin says,"there is no stopping a woman who has a strong belief system, passion and a dream. All things are possible". Linda's book, Don't Ever Call Me Ma'am helps women of all ages tap into their power and live life to the fullest
It's a myth that women don't want lots of sex. We are sexual beings who thrive on it. But the truth is too many women are on a sexual starvation diet.
The Real Cougar Woman and Suzanne Somers agree on the merits of Bioidentical Hormones. Almost four years ago Suzanne Somers appeared on ABC’s 20/20 on a program they called ”Promises Promises”. The purpose of this particular show was to warn the public to be careful. They love to remind us that there are lots of bad people who are living to take advantage of us poor schnooks. They covered everything from buying fake handbags online to using bioidentical hormones.
Since that show aired nothing much has changed.
Dr Lauren Streicher, an obstetrician and assistant professor at Northwestern University, pointed out that something that is natural doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe”. She was talking about the soybeans and yams used to make bioidentical hormones.
Somers believes that bioidentical hormones provide protection against cancer. She said, “so is it a cure for cancer? No. But they do protect us.” Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman, an alternative medicine expert at Georgetown University, points out that there’s no scientific data to prove Somers’ disease-fighting claims.
The question then and the question now is – what are women supposed to believe? ABC asked Suzanne how she would feel if it turns out, in the long run, that she was wrong. She replied “How will you feel if, in five years I’m right and these doctors are right, and I’m living this incredible life at 65, at 70 at 75?” Well, four years later we know she is.
Until there is scientific proof that bioidenticals do more harm than good, I will continue to use them. I feel great, and that’s what most important to me. Every time I read an article or watch some TV program that talks only about the potential harm and nothing about the potential benefits, I do get a little nervous. But, I do further research because I refuse to buy into the fear factor. I trust myself to make the best decisions regarding my health, and I trust my doctor to guide me along that path.
Personally, I tired of hearing so much negative publicity on Hormone Replacement Therapy. All the experts agree that there hasn’t been enough long term testing to come up with any definitive answers. Until that time, would everybody please SHUT UP.
The Real Cougar Woman is a 5-carat diamond who knows the importance of taking care of her health, beauty, relationships, finances and spirituality. Linda Franklin says,”there is no stopping a woman who has a strong belief system, passion and a dream. All things are possible”. Linda’s book, Don’t Ever Call Me Ma’am helps women of all ages tap into their power and live life to the fullest.
The ability for a woman to orgasm is a delicious but mysterious thing. Orgasms bring unbelievable pleasure but also a high degree of frustration. Now a study of the brain is helping scientists unlock the secrets of the female orgasm.
By using scanners to observe which parts of a woman’s brain become active when they are aroused, it appears there are at least two ‘pathways to pleasure’.
Real Cougar Women know to get what they want they have to be willing to accept change. Sure, it's natural for us to be afraid of change, but fear of the unknown is what keeps us stuck in unwanted situations. To get over the fear of change you have to face it head on. There are no shortcuts. Yes, maybe there are short term solutions but they're not what you are looking for.
Change means you have to be ready to leap into the deep end of the pool? Are you ready? If you are here are seven leaps that will help you face change successfully. And, over time, help you create your heart's desire.
For change to happen it's imperative that you forget about what you've been through in the past and start with a clean slate. Stop listening to other people and find out from your own experience what works for you.
Always remember - "it's not about the cards you're dealt – it's how you play your hand."
Here's a question I get asked all the time. How do I transition back into the workplace to make money, and at the same time, maintain the integrity of my heart, soul and body? Many Real Cougars have left corporate jobs to spend time connecting with their spiritual foundation. Of course, the reasons for leaving a career path vary, but for so many it was the "empty feeling" they felt inside.
Now,this question haunts them … can I maintain the high frequency/consciousness that I have worked to attain when I re-enter the world of business? And, is there anything I can do that is "soul full" and fulfilling and not about just making money?
After 20 + years of being the "model of success" in the outer world – financially and other wise – and then turning within (after a major collapse) to focus on developing my inner world and the embodiment of my Diamond Consciousness … I was ultimately called to merge all of my aspects, talents and development to bring Diamond Alignment into the world as a Sacred Business.
One argument is whether women, by virtue of the way neurochemicals work in our brain, are simply not biologically set up to have casual sex. Helen Fisher, PhD biological anthropologist,and Research Professor at Rutgers University, says, "women should be prepared to fall in love with people we have sex with". This suggests that the female brain reacts with bonding, attachment and love after sex, in a way that makes casual sex decidedly less than casual.
But, this is a determinist argument, suggesting that "biology is destiny," in a way that the feminist movement has rejected for decades.
ABC's 20/20 had a program that was entitled "Promises Promises". Another show warning the public to be careful. They love to keep telling us there are lots of bad bad people out there just living to take advantage of us poor schnooks. They covered everything from buying fake handbags online to our old favorite Suzanne Somers and bioidentical hormones.
Somers who is now 64 looked pretty darned good. She said she has not had plastic surgery but admits to getting Botox injections. Somers said "if I was not on bioidentical hormones, I would not look like this."