Intro to PMS & Calendar
The His and Hers PMS Calendar combines humor, insight and compassion with a practical perspective to help you understand PMS effectively. This easy-to-use calendar will facilitate learning and sharing information regarding PMS through an open channel of communication. Sometimes as men and women we have difficulty expressing our feelings. When we fail to make the effort, its negative effect can be seen in our lives.
Your well being, calmness and sense of control will benefit your most loved ones as well as yourself. Your children will be helped tremendously, since they are likely to be the most confused by PMS symptoms.
PMS has been around as long as women have. Although the severity may vary, Premenstrual Syndrome affects the thoughts, feelings and actions of those who suffer from it. A recent survey showed that 10% of women have symptoms so severe that they cannot function regularly.
Unfortunately, most cultures and religions throughout history have not encouraged people to discuss PMS premenstrual syndrome and menstrual health openly. This has caused massive confusion between women, men and children. Many people are embarrassed to talk about menstruation directly. We must continue to search for effective treatments of PMS and alternative ways of dealing with each other.