Is it that time of the month for her?

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Here’s how to deal with her in a sensitive and caring way when she’s got PMS.

You know its coming; it happens every month without fail. And what happens depends on the girl. It could be crying,Guest Posting fits of anger, yelling, pizza consumption or chocolate obsession. Regardless, you’ll have to agree that it is in your best interest to keep your head down, figure it out and take it like a man. PMS (Pre Menstrual Syndrome)- inflicted women have been given license to run amok, and survival should be your main goal. There are ways to make it easier on the both of you — the focus needs to be on reducing her irritation and discomfort.

Don’t point out her PMS symptoms   

Women can be touchy about being labelled as a raving lunatic for a few days a month, and very few will admit that they’re affected. If you notice her behavior getting out of control and you feel the need to mention it, just don't blame the PMS. Assuming that her behavior is strictly due to her raging hormones, it will discount the possibility that her feelings are valid, and will therefore only make her angrier. You might consider yourself to be a pretty funny guy, and some women do provide plenty of fodder for entertaining comments when under the influence of PMS. Save the commentary for your buddies, well out of earshot of the lady in question. The last thing you should ever do is make jokes about her symptoms, whether its acne, an attitude reminiscent of Adolf Hitler, or eating binges. It’s best to pretend like nothing is any different than usual.

Don’t drop any surprises   

Your girlfriend is bound to be a bit moody at the very least, and possibly depressed or anxious, so the last thing you want do is spring any kind of surprise on her. This can include any big news that can wait for a better time when she can give it her full attention with a sane mind and without the impact of her period. In fact, you better expand the big-news category to include any questions or problems that would require her to make grand decisions.

Obviously, small gifts and simple treats don’t fall into the particular category of surprises that need to be avoided; a thoughtful bouquet of flowers or her favourite meal will make an even bigger impression than usual if she already feels a bit emotional.

What you should be more concerned with is those surprises that can’t automatically be taken positively. For example, while you may have had many conversations about how to decorate the spare room and have thrown around some ideas, you may not want to go ahead and surprise her with a full-blown renovation or impromptu decoration if there’s any possibility that it isn’t exactly what she imagined. Likewise, big purchases that she should be included in, like that brand new 57” plasma TV, might be a bit more than she can handle right now, and her temper might win out over your sincere gesture. It's best to discuss things with her in advance during the best of times, so don’t skip that step when she’s even more likely to overreact.

Reduce social activities   

Feeling bloated, sore and uncomfortable doesn’t make for an enchanting evening, so don’t be surprised if your lady doesn’t live up to her usual social butterfly standards around this time of the month. It’s always a good idea to check with her before confirming social plans that include her, and it’s even more vital when her body and hormones have a mind of their own.

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