Females what emotional changes do you feel during your period.......
When I'm on my period I have crushes on guys a lot, then I think romantically. I'm also very soft and rarely get angry but when I do I feel the need to cry instead of lashing out.
I don't notice a big difference, but my husband claims he can tell three days ahead of time and is tempted to wear Kevlar. Apparently I tend to be a bit more irritable, more emotional (i.e. I almost never cry, but when I do you can bet it's in those three days before), and more confrontational if I feel the need for it where I might otherwise let things slide.
A week before i find my moods more lower. A day before im due on i get very irritable and angry. When im not i am not as bad its just leading up to coming on lol. x
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