for men who are inlove......=)

Philippines
February 26, 2007 7:20pm CST
women, when approaching their menstrual period, have this day wherein everything is always annoying to them. and yesterday was one of my "moody" days. i got mad with my boyfriend when he asked me questions, i got mad when he went to our office and he didn't bring his ID. I got mad when he didn't listen to me. i got mad when he watched football. and today i feel very guilty, i become hard to him at times, and now i'm scared that someday he can't put up with my moodiness anymore. guys, was there any a time in your lives when you broke up with someone because she's just so moody??
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15 responses
• India
27 Feb 07
You know what dear, my girlfriend much more moodier than you and really I know how it feels when she gets mad at me on small small things. My sincere suggestion is that you must take care of your boyfriend as much as you can and you have to change the attitude. As for me i haven't broken off yet and won't either cause I love her more than she does to me. Ya i have sometimes thought of doing the same but just can't, moreover i believe i can change her. So you also need to change and yes Please never be afraid or ashamed to say sorry, after all he is you boyfriend, the person whom you love, and you know what, a small sorry makes a big difference. And please sometimes try to understand him and putting away your troubles and understanding his first.
• Philippines
27 Feb 07
hi raphael! o my god, you make me feel even more guilty.... do you think he will accept my apology?
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• India
27 Feb 07
Definitely. He loves you and is still there. So say it before its late. And yes when someone loves you they love even your mistakes, but just let them see that yes they were your mistakes and not his. Accept that you were wrong and say sorry and also try to be calm in case of any argument and don't get irritated.
• Philippines
27 Feb 07
ok. thanks... hope it's not too late!
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• Philippines
27 Feb 07
well...some people say that a guy will be just good enough to resist on his gf attitude when he is still in-love or focused on you but when he'll have another woman to talk with or if he meet someone who is nicer than you,he will leave you alone...coz he doesnt have anymore reason to love you and stay with you coz you're always hard on him...think.
• Philippines
28 Feb 07
hey, what you said bothers me a little =)
@JackBravo (970)
• United States
27 Feb 07
No. But also guys can't tolerate that sort of thing for long. Us guys have very fragile egos, and if we feel like somebody's controlling us like their dog, and we can only take so much of it before we're out. I expect if your boyfriend hasn't said anything, it's because he's keeping it all inside. WHICH IS VERY BAD! He needs to yell at you back. Just because you're moody doesn't mean you should take out on him. For a healthy relationship, it needs to be equal. Personally, I yell back.
• Philippines
28 Feb 07
good thing my boyfriend doesn't shout at me!
@deejlux (524)
• Italy
27 Feb 07
Well,in a long term story,it's impossible to be always good. It needs a lot (a LOT) of patience :D Don't feel guilty,if he really loves you,he will understand you :)
• United States
27 Feb 07
Well, I think that's typical girl advice! How would you feel if your boyfriend told YOU that you need a lot of patience to put up with his going out with friends every 4 nights of the week, including weekends, and you're not invited. There's no equality in this relationship if you expect the guy to have all the patience, and if you do, he's gonna be out of there. Or he would if he was a man.
• China
27 Feb 07
If he doesnot love you ,he will never break up for your moodiness . Please do not have so much moodiness .Always think the things can lead you happy .
• United States
27 Feb 07
Of course, you should apologize,dear. However, we need to get to the root of it and make changes so that you do not have to deal with this every month. Otherwise, every month you will have to apologize and sound like a broken record. He will then get tired of your apologies and tell you it is not enough. You need to see a doctor. You are experiencing PMS. You can get medicine for that. I suffered with that for many years. Then I finally got realized I needed help. Go to the doctor and let me know how you are doing. I care and understand. Kimberly
• Canada
28 Feb 07
Im sure your boyfriend knows that you were facing that 'time' Anyways, i haven't really noticed anything with my partner, she never seems moody, Well maybe this one time, but ever since then i don't think that she had any other moody times...
@katisaurus (1038)
• Canada
27 Feb 07
Oh man, I go through bouts of depression every little while, and there's days when EVERYTHING bothers me. Like sometimes I have to shut my phone off because I can't stand when it rings, or, I can't be at the computer because I can't stand staring at it.. Or other things like people asking me questions, or even just plain talking to me. lol, it drives my boyfriend nuts sometimes. I can't stand when we're both in bad moods and my reason is because of just being moody and he's actually had/having a rough day.. It gets to be too much to handle sometimes. But he's always stuck by me no matter how cranky I get.
• United States
27 Feb 07
Sorry to listen from you about your Moodiness.I too face the same problem during Menstrual period.I will be very moody and shout a lot at my husband.But these days iam controlling myself by doing my favourite activities and spending more time with my husband.Whenever i will be moody he understands my problem which i explained to him once how i suffer during that time.He loves me a lot and his love will be more at that time. So you too explain about your Moodiness to your Boyfriend.Hope he can understand if he loves you. Try to be out of moodiness by listening music or doing your favourite activities.And try to spend more time by talking to each other about your precious moments. Hope this helps you a little bit.
27 Feb 07
In olden days men has been approaching to women.... but now it has become common in this computer world??????
@webbuff (926)
• Philippines
27 Feb 07
i guess being "moody" once a month is quite normal.. all guys know it. my girlfiend is way more "moody syndrome" that yours she can literary can change from one extreme to another whether she has or not her period.. for me i love her so much and understanding the situation is really important in a relationship.. also its a good way to say sorry after.. guys love that. =) and its sweet. =) remember relationship is a two way street. goodluck!
@Naomi17 (624)
27 Feb 07
I think we girls have all been there probably more times than i could mention i get irritated feel i can't cope and after getting mad the tears of remorse come. Don't be to hard on yourself i'm sure he loves you and knows its not your fault
• India
27 Feb 07
Actually , it depends....you know, like what were her reactions during her mood swings. But you can always make a guy understand by not beatin 'round the bush and just blurting it out....i mean CONFESSION. Any guy can take the truth if its not that hard ... And in your case it isn't at all coz it's natural...
• India
27 Feb 07
Menstrual period becomes a dismay is absolutely wrong. Instead at such moments women tends to be in a romantic mood & they just want to have fun. But they cannot if they are not married & that is their dismay. Menstruals without marriage is a private affair of every women & intriguing questions should not be asked. The women should tell that it is just one of those moments & she wish to be left alone till the period time is over. Surely a woman can tell this much in any society.
@fujin1985 (684)
• Philippines
27 Feb 07
I had a review instructor who once told us about how moody her wife gets when she approaches her menstrual days. He said he's always the one to do the chores at home because her wife's too moody to do things right, and she gets so irritated it sometimes affects him. But he says he totally understands. He confronts her about the situation.
@rsa101 (13336)
• Philippines
27 Feb 07
I guess you have to talk and try to explain to your BF and make him understand that there are days that really makes you in a bad mood. I am married already and my wife is also like that when those times do come. What I do is that i always remind her to clam down and make her realize that she is on her period and her moodswings are very obviously the one taking over her. After that she would kept quite and would be clam again. I know you women sometimes are emotionally unconscious about it when your moodswings do come but if you're reminded to calm down and realized you're getting out of control you'll go back to your own self.