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Sometimes mood swings have to do with what a woman eats. Certain things react with a woman's hormones. No matter what time of the month. Some things in the environment totally screw with our hormones and bodies.

I would encourage her to see her doctor and discuss her moods. If he is with the times (and not old school) he will get to the root of it or refer her to someone who can.

There are articles to help you understand the hormone mood/nutrition connection, one of them is by Mia Lundin called "female brain gone insane". Google it..
[QUOTE=River rocks;4300222]Sometimes mood swings have to do with what a woman eats. Certain things react with a woman's hormones. No matter what time of the month. Some things in the environment totally screw with our hormones and bodies.....
...There are articles to help you understand the hormone mood/nutrition connection, one of them is by Mia Lundin called "female brain gone insane". Google it..[/QUOTE]

Thank you River rocks to pointing this part!

I'm one of those "brats" who go into her own world, turn emotionally screwed and end up bitching a lot for my *issues* or how my mans actions trigger them ...well that's how I feel when I read your message and that's according to my husband. The more I've had the feedback about it the more aware I am about it and frankly it scares the living day light out of me. Sure there are probably a lot more in our relationship than that and not all about me - I'm aware of this part far too well.

Maybe your gf is like me - I really don't know or can't track myself the reasons why the heck I have these. I'm definitely reading "female brain gone insane" and we've already traced with my husband that the way my life has changed has probably decreased my serotonin level making me cry more, hving some depression symptoms etc. Surely I have anger issues (mainly not being able to express that feeling correctly) which come out as bitching and moodiness. I have to say, just reading thru quickly that article has opened my eyes somewhat. For one thing - at least in my case is sure. I do NOT want to be a bitch and hurt my man in any way! I've told him that but words are not enough so each day, when I feel the moodiness, I try to control it and show how I really try.

So like all the others here say - talk to her when she's not in the moody phase, tell her how it all makes you feel. It worked with me. IF she decides to take that in a wrong way then she's not able to grow and evolve, seek help and figure out what's wrong then what is there to do but to decide if it's worth it.

And yes, bipolar thing is overused as a diagnose. I was reading the symptoms and frankly - I have many of them and so does my husband- does that make us bipolar?

I really hope you find solution with your gf - either together or alone.





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