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Bee516

799d

If you’re in a relationship, do you ever want to break up for no reason when your pmdd is bad?

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    • treelover

      735d

      i always feel so bad & feel like i’m weighing down my boyfriend but he’s been nothing but supportive this whole time. i have to remind myself that my body is going through a huge hormonal change & that we still love each other very much. looking at pictures & giving hugs works the best for me during this time ❤️

    • treelover

      735d

      i always feel so bad & feel like i’m weighing down my boyfriend but he’s been nothing but supportive this whole time. i have to remind myself that my body is going through a huge hormonal change & that we still love each other very much. looking at pictures & giving hugs works the best for me during this time ❤️

    • Rylee_amber

      739d

      Yeah almost broke up every month before recognizing my condition. I am trying to get treated now and spend more time on my own during this time. Also constantly remind myself to keep negative thoughts to myself during this time because I will not know if it is rational or not. It’s hard for both of us, but looking into treatment like antidepressants, hormone testing, and changes in diet

    • Muffin

      784d

      Yes, I struggle with this. I've found that communication is really helpful, and also showing that you're making an effort to manage symptoms

    • purplekoala

      794d

      Yes, and I always feel guilty for putting him through all my symptoms but he’s stuck around! The “dysmorphic” part of pmdd is STRONG but I like to think my relationship is stronger :)

    • Jewels18

      795d

      Yes I felt so bad that my partner had to deal with me and i would think about breaking up just so he didn’t have to deal with me :(.

    • Tayliana

      799d

      yes lol it’s so bad because my thoughts get irrational i only focus on the bad, try to remind yourself of the good maybe write a cute lil list of memories to look at whenever you feel yourself about to disengage

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