Do you deal with moodswings, headaches, cramps, bloating, weight gain and more?
Has this just become something you deal with, popping a few Midols and pushing through?
If your answer is yes, I’m not surprised but I am concerned.
You see, PMS has become a catchphrase for this unfortunate monthly occurrence that women just expect to have, as if it’s a given part of being a woman.
I want to share a story with you that my husband recently shared with me to illustrate my point:
When it got to be Vic’s turn, he had nothing to say. His friends encouraged him to share, but his response was simply: “My wife doesn’t get PMS.”My husband Vic was at dinner last week with a group of his guy friends. The topic of conversation somehow led to how they deal with their wives’ or girlfriends’ “time of the month.” Each guy went around the table sharing their story about his experience of her PMS. Each of them felt confused and in the dark: “We get into unnecessary arguments. It’s like she’s a different person at that time of the month! I feel like no matter what I do, I can’t make her happy.”
Jaws dropped. They couldn’t believe that was possible.
Of course, Vic encouraged his friends to get WomanCode read it and share it with their partners so they could “have what we’re having” so to speak.
That’s my man! 😉
Now, all silliness aside, there is something wrong with this picture! The fact that PMS has become the norm is not something to take lightly.
There is no reason why you should be suffering from monthly bloating, cramping, or moodswings.
There is no reason why you should feel like a different person half the month and have that affect the quality of your relationships.
The fact is that you are a busy woman and you just don’t have time to be held down, slowed down, or inconvenienced each month. Am I right?
Part of the problem of the PMS epidemic is that most women just keep quiet and deal with it, aside from a bit of complaining and commiseration with their girlfriends or sisters.
But I know that you’re here because you’re different – You don’t just want to accept the suffering, you want to take a proactive approach to feeling better. You want to be at a dinner party celebrating with your girlfriends rather than complaining or worse yet, staying home because of your symptoms!
And if you’re here, you probably already know a lot about your body and about what you “should” be doing. So rather than start with all the hormone-balancing tips and diet factors that you can focus on, let’s get to the real motivating factor that will help you make the change. Shall we?
This means we’re going to get clear on what this problem is actually doing to your life, outside of just the annoying physical symptoms.
So get started by answering this question in the comment box below:
How is your PMS or other period problems interfering with your life?
Aside from your physical health, what other areas of your life are affected?
I will be reading every response, so go ahead and take a minute to talk to me.
By sharing your story, you’re not only beginning the process of improving your period health and overall happiness, you’re breaking the cultural norm that tells us we should just suck it up and deal with the suffering.
I don’t know about you, but I never liked to follow the norm anyway!
Speak up and let’s take back our time of the month!
Standing with you and your ovaries,
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