For the attention of the Director, The Women’s Menstruation Club
It is with
no regret that I wish to inform you of my resignation from The Women’s Menstruation Club.
As you are no doubt aware, I have been an active member of the club for the past thirty-four years, and believe that I have taken full advantage of the opportunities afforded to me in that time. However, as I no longer have need of the facilities, I feel it is time to withdraw my membership and cancel your services.
When I first joined the club at the age of fourteen, (at your sister club in Tenerife; on holiday with my father!) I was initially quite naive regarding the services you offered, but having been influenced by other club members I was nevertheless keen to experience the opportunities firsthand. Since that time, I believe that I have taken those opportunities and run with them.
However, upon reaching my forties, I have come to realise that as I am using your facilities less and less, it is probably time to cancel my membership.
I am finding the costs of membership quite prohibitive these days, especially when I am gaining absolutely no tangible benefit from your services. Added to which, I have recently heard of a new women’s club in the area, called The Menopause Club, which may suit my needs better.
Don’t get me wrong, there have been some benefits to my membership and I do not look back on my time at the club with only regret.
I am aware that there are a lot of women who never get the chance to belong to such a high profile club or use the facilities and for that I am eternally grateful. When I first joined the club, your facilities even provided me with the perfect excuse for a break on occasion, a means of avoiding other activities, and more recently, my now irregular visits to the club have provided me with the welcome excuse of not always having to exercise with my husband.
I would also like to add that I did take full advantage of those two special offers you made to me, and although
often on occasion, they don’t always seem quite so ‘special’ any more, on the whole they have been a worthwhile investment.
But as you will probably understand, paying for services that are no longer required can cause a certain amount of stress. My husband believes that the responsibility of my membership at the club has recently begun to put pressure on me, and may in fact be the root cause of a very subtle change in my humour these days. Especially since my visits have become more erratic and there is less continuity or community involvement.
I will miss the club for other reasons, of course. Being a member has been a big part of my life and cancelling my membership will herald the next phase; and who knows what opportunities that will bring.
I look forward to hearing from you.
- Why Anxiety Spikes With Your Periods (everydayhealth.com)
- 10 Things You Need to Know About Your Menstrual Cycle (drlauraberman.com)