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She takes no prisoners, foul words she does spout, I try to keep the words in, she lets them come out.

I’ve spent quite a bit of time searching the internet for Resources and Advice for men dealing with a woman who suffers from PMDD.

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The biology of PMS and PMDD share many similarities, but at some point they split into completely different paths.

An explanation of that is beyond the scope of this post, but I’ll be happy to write about it some other time.

If she does, it may well be that she suffers from both PMDD and PMS, and once she gets her PMDD under control, all she’ll be left with is some PMS.

Frankly, I think most women with PMDD would be happy to simply suffer some form of PMS.

That’s not to say your relationship won’t benefit from the advice in this post if your partner simply has PMS.Book #2: Your Ex: Expect a rollercoaster ride This e-book addresses the ups and downs of dealing with an ex, both during and after divorce.It includes reasons you should forgive your ex, and things you shouldn’t say to your ex if you want a solid coparenting relationship.PMDD actually affects your brain’s capability to regulate itself, and therefore affects just about every other hormone in your body.That’s not to say a woman can’t have the bloating, aching, cramping, fatigue, cravings, and other physical symptoms.

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