Asking, Admitting, Telling
I started reading the stories on here from April 2008 and on. I have found some men posting stories about accusing their wife/girlfriend of having PMS only for them to deny or not admit it. First of all, women don't like to admit it. If we do, that means we most likely have cramps and bloating on the way (if it hasn't already started). It's the same as a man admitting when he is wrong about something, it just doesn't happen often. Secondly, you don't ASK a women if she has PMS. If we are bitchy, leave us alone. Know when to step back and zip your lips. Nothing makes us more angry than someone ASKING us. Even worse, don't TELL us we have PMS. We are pretty well aware when we are having it, as most of us have lived with it longer than you have. So if you want to prevent arguments and/or crying spells for the aftermath of arguments, use this tracker. If you know it's "that time of the month", SO DO WE!