291: THE MARRIED COUPLES GUIDE TO PMS

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is not just about the emotional toll it has, but also the physical impact it has on women.

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There are many symptoms that can be experienced. Some of these are:

  • feeling tired
  • food cravings
  • trouble with memory
  • joint or muscle pain
  • tension, irritability, mood swings or crying spells

PMS can create feelings of disconnect during the month.

Leading her to…

  • An unwillingness to be touched.
  • A short “fuse”.
  • Roller coaster of emotions.

And for him…

  • Not knowing what to do or say.
  • Struggles with how to comfort his wife.
  • There is a lack of physical connection.

And studies show that PMS can last 1-2 weeks BEFORE a woman gets her period which then averages 5 days.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa bring you the married couples guide to PMS and how to talk about it together.

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2 thoughts on “291: THE MARRIED COUPLES GUIDE TO PMS

  1. I’m a Canadian user. Science of Woman-Art of a Man isn’t on Amazon.ca — would be great if you could get that changed.
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    • Hi Doug,

      You can order a hardcopy of Eric’s book at ericsmithbooks.com.

      I rarely read a book more than once, but I have read The Science of a Woman, the Art of Manhood 3 times. I found it was like trying to take a sip from a fire hydrant. I guess my heart was in a place to receive different messages each time I read it, because it was like reading three different books.

      God bless you and your family.

      God is good,

      Roy