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everything is fine now. she came over after that incident and apologized and told me she didnt know what was wrong with her. And no, she is not bi-polar. i'm a psychology major and I know for a fact that she definately does not have that disease. She tells me that every girl has her days and her freak outs but I cant be sure about that. I mean, A LOT of girls get really intolerable and moody, especially during their periods, and my girlfriend had just started her period that day and she told me she got really angry for no reason.

she told me she would try really hard to not do that again so i'll see. Nothing else is going bad with her, she was really sweet today. she just gets moody when shes tired, hungry, cold, warm. It's like if she steps out of her comfort zone, she sort of loses it. I don't know why she does that.
[QUOTE=waterworks;3988445]everything is fine now. she came over after that incident and apologized and told me she didnt know what was wrong with her. And no, she is not bi-polar. i'm a psychology major and I know for a fact that she definately does not have that disease. She tells me that every girl has her days and her freak outs but I cant be sure about that. I mean, A LOT of girls get really intolerable and moody, especially during their periods, and my girlfriend had just started her period that day and she told me she got really angry for no reason.

she told me she would try really hard to not do that again so i'll see. Nothing else is going bad with her, she was really sweet today. she just gets moody when shes tired, hungry, cold, warm. It's like if she steps out of her comfort zone, she sort of loses it. I don't know why she does that.[/QUOTE]

yeah ok....if you're a psychology major then you know a little about BPD, borderline personality disorder.......it sounds like one or the other, BPD or bi-polar. This doesn't have anything to do with her period.
Well there are two sides to every story as I see so often....You feel you have done everything but die for her by the sounds of it....Well, most women here should know this, how many times have men about drove us crazy, then mixed w/ our period spells explosion, how many times have us women complained our men are not caring, affectionate, not interested or care about the things we like, etc?.....Sometimes we perceive our self as this great caring affectionate person, but others perceive us as totally different at times in our live, so maybe what you see yourself as she might not be seeing the same...So maybe you might want to just come right out and ask her what is her complaint?.......Obviously she is trying to get your attention w/ using such horrific stories as she is using, so instead of playing along and responding or not responding as she wishes, just ask her straight up....What is going on?

As far as bi-polar, personality disorder...I have not yet met a person that does not have mood swings, and I am a female and I will admit most of my female friends are moody, but they are far from a medical issue...But, men have those mood swings as well, it is just blamed on women(LOL)....

Just be direct and ask he what he deal is....
[QUOTE=waterworks;3988445]everything is fine now. she came over after that incident and apologized and told me she didnt know what was wrong with her. And no, she is not bi-polar. i'm a psychology major and I know for a fact that she definately does not have that disease. She tells me that every girl has her days and her freak outs but I cant be sure about that. I mean, A LOT of girls get really intolerable and moody, especially during their periods, and my girlfriend had just started her period that day and she told me she got really angry for no reason.

she told me she would try really hard to not do that again so i'll see. Nothing else is going bad with her, she was really sweet today. she just gets moody when shes tired, hungry, cold, warm. It's like if she steps out of her comfort zone, she sort of loses it. I don't know why she does that.[/QUOTE]


This is why I got the impression that it is not a ongoing situation for a daily basis....I know women that are just about to start their period that should be locked away during that time...LOL....I know many men and women that if they are hungry it starts to temper w/ their personality....So if it is a ongoing issue and has nothing to do w/ her periods and hormones I would agree walk away...but even my niece at 17 was the most miserable bit** to be around...So coming from a female that time of the month is like someone else takes over your body. Why do you think many women complain it isn't just about the bleeding and being irritated with that its the whole mood swing thing that we also as women can't stand ourselves during that time...But, as I said if this is an regular basis every week then I agree the girl has issues and walk away from that whole scene.....





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