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I’m 22 and have my first girlfriend. She’s pretty amazing—except once a month, she has severe PMS that causes her to go a little cuckoo. I didn’t grow up with sisters or any close girlfriends, so I don’t have any experience handling these swings—it’s the core of our conflicts, and I don’t know what to do anymore. My girlfriend recognizes this issue, and doesn’t want to be this way, but she just has these severe symptoms.
This is going to keep happening every single month. What can I do? Is there hope?
Hope you’re all sitting down, because today we’re talking about…PMS! I love this question because, as a female who has experienced PMS, I know what it’s like to feel crazy—and I know how it can make a guy think I’m crazy.
And two crazies don’t make a right, my friends.
But as I talk about in the video, what’s most important is to recognize that this is a hormonal issue. So many couples—married and dating—get into these huge feuds and hold grudges for a long time without ever realizing that their conflict may have had more to do with biology.
It’s all about hormones, people, and at the end of the day, hormones make us who we are as males and females!
So hang in there, watch the video, and let’s talk about “that time of the month.”
P.S. A Message from Mama E: When Joy was smaller, she saw the letters “PMS” on a magazine and asked me about it. I told her it was when mommies had a bad day. And she said, “Why don’t they just say it’s “MBD” instead of “PMS”? Kids, they say the darnedest things.
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