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Want to know how to deal with a cranky woman during “that time” of the month? Read this!
There are days in the month where a man can get into trouble with his woman, for simply opening his mouth. It can be taxing, we know, but blame it on Premenstrual Syndrome. Commonly referred to as PMS, Premenstrual Syndrome or Premenstrual Symptom, is a collection of physical and emotional symptoms that most women experience a few days prior to menstruation. The emotional and physical symptoms attributed to PMS might vary from one woman to another, but each woman experiences a predictable pattern that occurs consistently during the ten days prior to her period. The symptoms are known to go away either shortly before or after her period starts. During this time of the month, most women are emotionally vulnerable due to heightened hormonal activity. And thus, you might find the woman/women in your life overreacting to seemingly small things, which could potentially strain your relationship.
Numerous symptoms have been associated with PMS.
When she is going through such upheavals, it’s best for you to offer support to your wife or significant other, rather than allowing it to affect your relationship. It would be advisable for you to start a calendar, marking “that time” of the month.
Check out these tips for a pain-free period.
By Pierra C. Labrador for Yahoo! Southeast Asia
Tired of the usual dinner-and-movie routine? Looking for something more special than a weekend stroll around the mall with the kids in tow? When you need to rekindle the romance, try these new date ideas for long-time couples.
1. Take a Walking Tour. Keep a relationship from going stale by growing with each other. Stretch your legs and learn something new together by going on a fun walking tour. Sociable couples will enjoy striking up conversations and making new friends, while shy pairs can opt to blend in at the back of the crowd and just go with the flow.
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