Pre-menstrual syndrome.

Guys, if you think this has got nothing to do with you, think again.

How many times have you been dissed or ignored by women with PMS? It could have been your mum, gf, wife, colleague or boss but you're always left wondering what you had done to deserve that treatment other than being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Studies show that almost all women would have suffered from PMS at some point in their lives.

Why did nature create such a horrible thing? It's miserable for the woman who suffers from it and can be scary for the others are at the mercy of the crazy bitch. Sometimes I'm the crazy bitch. But most of the time all I want to do is curl up in bed and cry.

This brings me to my theory of the purpose of PMS: it is nature's way of testing men for fatherhood. Basically, if men can't handle women with PMS, they won't be able to handle the demands of caring for the family, handling their partners' mood swings, cravings and baby blues or sleepless nights from caring for babies.

Here's how you can show yourself to be a worthy mate:

1. Take care of her diet.
Buy or cook her food, buy her vitamins and supplements and/or feed her.
Ensure she:
- eats regular meals to keep her energy level up.
- reduces fat her in diet. Fat consumption worsens PMS symptoms.
- consumes enough Vitamin B, Vitamin E, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium and Vitamin D, Omega-3 or Fish Oils.

2. Exercise together.
Regular exercise may reduce cramps. Exercise releases endorphins which are natural painkillers.

3. Encourage (not nag) her to stop smoking.
Smoking worsens PMS. Nagging worsens PMS too.

4. Be understanding.
If she's depressed and doesn't want to meet you don't whine.
If she's irritable or short-tempered don't pick a fight.

5. Be her therapist.
Lend a listening ear or hold up a punching bag for her (if you want to be a punching bag that's your choice). If you're lucky you might get to offer sexual therapy :)

My advice for handling PMS-ed women that you are not trying to bed: RUN!

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vijay said...

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Mr Choo said...

I guess everyone is somehow affected by the physical conditions of their own body..
for more than 20 over days in a month, you were ok and very much alive..
Then, when the woman got PMS, can't have sex,(if she dun mind messy and bloody, can try) body feels tired easily, tummy hurts, etc.. while everyone seems so normal and very much alive...
She cannot do the things she wants during her PMS,eg.Swimming and some sports..
It kind of feel frustrated if it's me..
And when someone feel frustrated, it gets moody and temperamental..
That's my personal opinion.