Do's and Don'ts For Every Guy While His Girl Is On Her Periods

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Do's and Don'ts For Every Guy While His Girl Is On Her Periods
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Guys just for a second, think about what would have been the scenario if instead of women, you would have been on your #Periods. Yeah, I know, even the thought of the agonizing pain & that 'red fluid' continuously shedding in your underpants seems like a nightmare. Isn't it?

Well, some men don't even wanna talk about it. But let me remind you that "Men-are-key (Menarche) & Men? Oh, pause (menopause)" are real, cramps exist, and that red fluid does shed continuously for about seven days every month. And thus, being a man, you must really watch out your words as you talk to her during 'that time of the month.'

I know, no one ever properly taught you about this part of life. Like most men, you had no training in how to be in a relationship with her in regards to her menstrual cycle. It feels like the only training men have had for millennia is to avoid menstruating women.

But don't worry, I've got you covered. Let's go through this guide to communicate with women from dusk to dawn, in a proper manner to avoid the repercussions of her mood swings. Get going peeps!

#1 No joking while she's in pain

#1 No joking while she's in pain

It's alright to make her laugh; giggling is a great medication. Don't joke about it being "that time of the month again." As opposed to understanding her, you are disgracing and judging her. She may shut down to you, making a disconnect in your relationship. No discourteous remarks about what's in the waste bin, about her mood swings, no jokes, no nothing.

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#2 Yes, It's blood!

#2 Yes, It's blood!
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Accept the fact that girls bleed while they menstruate. The far you'd run from this reality, the weaker your relationship will turn. Acknowledge & shower her with respect for the intensity of what she undergoes every month.

#3 Chillax guys! Periods aren't nightmare

#3 Chillax guys! Periods aren't nightmare
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Chill gentlemen. Periods are just a physical phenomenon that occurs in women. It's not something to be afraid of! Don't be so haunted by the term 'menstruation' that you start having a nightmare.


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#4 Firstly, know her menstrual cycle

#4 Firstly, know her menstrual cycle
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Get some information about the planning of her cycle, (however not when she is bleeding). On the off chance that you can get a general thought of when she is ovulating or dying, you would be able to interface with her skillfully. By knowing her cycle, you can be more mindful and touchy to her changing temperaments and physical uneasiness. This builds up a more profound trust as your lady knows that you are truly present with what she is encountering. Place it in your logbook, so you have a heads up.

#5 Don't ask her for sex

#5 Don't ask her for sex
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When premenstrual, her hormone level shifts. This hormonal flip can mean "she isn't horny for you!" Interestingly, having an orgasm can relieve menstrual cramps, though your attitude during the whole cycle will determine whether or not she's willing to explore this. Again, this is probably best to bring up when she isn't in the middle of it.

#6 Don't mind her period madness

#6 Don't mind her period madness
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Don't even ask her why she's happy this moment & sad the other. Because it's menses madness, you know! She might do anything at any point in time.

#7 Don't run away from her emotions

#7 Don't run away from her emotions
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Numerous ladies want more space while menstruating. However, it would be best to take signs from her. Don't simply keep running off to the bar with the folks trusting that's the best thing to do. On the off chance that she needs you to leave, she will no doubt request space. Still, your full nearness is the best solution. She will love you for this!

#8 Don't try to fix her

#8 Don't try to fix her
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Help create a cozy environment for her and cook her comfort food. Hugs are also great. It's always amazing what a lavender lotion foot rub can do, so try that. The main thing is not to be an ass. (closing down and not wanting to deal is being an ass). That doesn't earn many points.

#9 Mood swings are unpredictable

#9 Mood swings are unpredictable
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Periods bring mood swings with them. At this very moment, she'd like to murder someone & at the next, she'd love that person like nobody else. Try handling her at this hard time. Stay by her side.


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#10 Let her cravings set in

#10 Let her cravings set in
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From chocolatey treats to fried food, many women experience intense cravings and ravenous appetites during their periods. During this time, the pesky stress hormone cortisol spikes, and the feel-good hormone serotonin dips. This fluctuation makes her body crave foods with lots of sugar and fat because they boost levels of serotonin, making her feel happier and more relaxed. 

Crave, Eat, Repeat!

Crave, Eat, Repeat!
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#11 When she sneezes

#11 When she sneezes

Oh, guys! Don't mind her, she'll sneeze continuously for a few days. Put some effort into understanding more of what your woman goes through every month.

#12 Empathize her through her cramps

#12 Empathize her through her cramps
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Cramps are the hardest part to survive. And guys, trust me, just don't utter a word while she faces her cramps during periods. Simply bring her a hot water bag, sit by her side & support her. She'd love you! Try it once.

#13 Be happy because she's...

#13 Be happy because she's...
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Yeah, she's getting periods. That's a clear sign of her, avoiding unwanted pregnancy. Be happy that she's bleeding.

#14 Bring her tampons sometimes

#14 Bring her tampons sometimes
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You won't believe how much happier she would be when you act as you understand her. Her monthly bleeding cycle is a sacred flow exhibiting the power of women in their ability to give birth to a being from within. Have the courtesy to bring her tampons or sanitary pads sometimes. She'd never forget that favor!

Oh yes! They're over. It's time to party

Oh yes! They're over. It's time to party
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Hush! Those cramping, craving monsters are gone for this month atleast. So, It's time to party people.


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