Emotional Side and Spiritual side of PMS

Everyone's got something to blog about but NOBODY has got the answer. I GIVE UP . GOOD F'n NIGHT STAYING AWAY FROM EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE. The one friend that I had that was the worst PMS isn't even here anymore. Sigh



Many women see the positives in this side of PMS instead of just the negatives. A crying spell can release tension you may have held onto the rest of the month. Anger may lead you to address an issue you've been avoiding. And even Jesus craved quiet time away from the crowds; if God gives you the opportunity to take some time for yourself, it's okay to do it. Even so, Scripture says that women are to be self-controlled (Titus 2:5); emotion should not control attitude or reactions




It's noteworthy to realize that God did not design people to go through life — or even PMS — alone. Despite the cultural norm that encourages women to hide when they are menstruating, it helps to have someone else to rely on. They may pick up extra chocolate, make excuses for missed social events, and be an emotional support. They can even encourage us to recognize when we're letting the hormones get the better of us. Hebrews 10:24 says, "And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works." Proverbs 27:6a says, "Faithful are the wounds of a friend." Sometimes you need someone else to remind you how to live like Christ.