A rollicking account of one woman's journey through the menopause, as well as dealing with a daughter just entering puberty.
Sandra has everything to deal with on her own, as she is divorced.
She talks of terrible hot flushes, hormonal swings which make her manic, and uncontrollable, of getting the hump with everything and everyone, and feeling that she is alone and knocked sideways by the experience.
She also manages a great deal of humour and pithy wit about her family, and their reactions to her temper, and her adjustments to a new stage in her life.
This book should be required reading for anyone about to embark on the menopause journey. (I remember it well!)