I know, I know, it's hard to believe, but it's true.
During my bouts with PMS, if my husband isn't spending all of his time trying to
I'll give you
1. What did you make me for dinner?
2. Why are you crying?
3. Is it something I said?
4. Oh, man, is it that time of month again?
5. How can you have your period every week?
6. Why are you crying now?
7. Do you want me to leave you alone?
8. Is there something I can do to "fix" it for you, honey?
9. Do you want me to yell at the kids?
10. Do you need a hug?
Or my personal favorite:
11. Isn't there a pill you can take for it?
I know that he
I recently went to the doctor for a check up, and I asked him about it, and he was just full of
It went something like this.
Me: "Doctor, lately I have been having a difficult time with pre-menstrual syndrome.
Since I turned thirty-five, all of my symptoms have seemed to be getting worse and worse with each month that passes."
Doctor: He looked at me very seriously and said, "Once a woman hits thirty-five, pre-menstrual symptoms tend to just get worse and worse with each month that passes."
(I'm really so glad he told me; I just simply had no idea! He really cleared up a lot of my confusion on the subject of PMS. If you also are suffering from PMS, I hope that this information can help you as well.)
Just think, he went through years of medical school to obtain all of that knowledge and wisdom. Impressive.
But on second thought, maybe a warning sign isn't such a
*The people mentioned in this post are fictional. Any resemblance to real people, living or dead, is purely coincidental. The events mentioned are also a very creative and imaginative work of fiction, and are of no reflection of the author of this post. She would never act moody or emotional around her husband. Ever. Really. She wouldn't. He always loves to be around her due to her consistently charming and delightful personality.