Monday, 4 December 2017

Women Have It Tough!*

Compared to men, us women really do have it tough. We work hard in our jobs, and the go home to look after a family. This involves the cooking, cleaning, looking after children etc. Then on top of that, we have to deal with all the hormonal changes we have to go through, as well as the dreaded monthly cycle. Not only this, but we’re able to carry a human in our womb for 9 months, and then squeeze it out, all whilst wishing your partner would have a vasectomy. But all of this is just one of the reasons why women are so great. We can do so much that men can’t, and we definitely handle it a lot better than men ever would. But if you’re at a stage where you think you have it tough, you first need to know that you’re not alone. You then need to realise there’s ways of getting through the bad patches. Take a read of this article to find out more.


That Time Of The Month

Easily one of the most annoying times of the month, the time of the month. A time where emotions are heightened and an appetite for anything junk food related is developed. Some men say they can tell when a woman is menstruating just by looking at them, which they probably can. We walk around like angry fire breathing dragons for a week. But there are ways of taming the dragon. The first thing you need to do is make yourself comfortable. Find a method of protection that works for you. Some people had the feel of pads, and some people hate the unreliability of tampons. A happy medium is a soft cup. They’re a lot more comfortable, and better for the environment in the long run, plus they’re more reliable. The next thing you can do is fuel your body with whatever junk food it needs. The happier your stomach, the happier your mind. Cuddles also really help if you have a partner.

Share The Load

This is something not all women do well. Not because they don’t want to, but often because their partners refuse to. Our lives are stressful enough as it is. Wouldn’t it be nice to one day come home to the house fully clean, and a nice meal on the table? It would, wouldn’t it. But this just isn’t the way the cookie crumbles in some instances. If you’re struggling to balance everything all the time, just talk to your partner and ask them cook and clean for two nights of the week. Yes, the work equally as hard as us, but it would be nice if they also worked hard in the home as well. This will make you feel so much better in the long run. Those two days of having some relaxation to look forward to will make the week that little bit easier for you.

There’s so many more things us women have to go through, and so many different ways of dealing with it. All you need to do is figure out how to ride the train, because there’s no way of getting off.


*Disclaimer: Collaborative Content.

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