Reviews

  • "'A warm and uplifting read that informs and inspires.' Liz Earle"

    Liz Earle
  • "I love this book. Brilliantly practical, down-to-earth guide about how to not only survive the menopause but to thrive too. Andrea is warm, kind and lovely and it's like sitting down with a good friend who has the best advice."

    Suzy Walker, Editor-in-Chief of Psychologies magazine
  • "An inspiration."

    The Lady
  • "Invaluable tips and tricks."

    Prima
  • "Forget the hours of searching for mixed messages on Dr Google - when it comes to the menopause, this book tells you everything you need to know."

    Jane Moore, journalist and broadcaster
  • "This book is so perfect! I have bought it as a gift for many of my friends. They have then, in turn, given it to others. It’s been written so honestly and carefully by someone I know and trust. No one else has covered all the areas that Andrea does in her book and covered them so fully and in such an appealing and funny way."

    Gaby Roslin, TV and radio presenter
  • "Andrea has put her heart and soul into this book ... a bible for all things menopause."

    Nadia Sawalha, TV presenter and chef
  • "I’ve bought this book for three of my close friends for Christmas. It’s such an honest and refreshing read that really helps you to understand the menopause."

    Denise van Outen, TV and radio presenter, actress
  • "Consider this book a very dear friend as you navigate the menopause... It’ll hold your hand through the difficult bits and keep you smiling through the rest."

    Kaye Adams, broadcaster
  • "As a young-ish woman experiencing the bewildering, unsettling and sometimes extreme symptoms of peri menopause, all I’ve wanted is to be able to talk to a girl friend who understands the journey. Someone who’s been there, seen it, done that. Someone who can hold your hand, tell you not to worry, and reassure you that you’ll come though the other side in time. That is exactly what Andrea has achieved with Confessions of a Menopausal Woman. Her warmth and characteristic sensitivity shine through in her honest account of her own suffering - not to be a bleeding heart, but to be a guiding light for other women who are right behind her. Part memoir, part self-help, this book is must-have-menopause-manual for every girl who wants to feel her best in a time of change."

    Anna Richardson, TV presenter, writer, mental health warrior