of women suffer from PMS (i.e. 95% of ALL
women between 16 and 55!) "felt that their home life and relationships
with family and friends had been adversely affected by their symptoms."
But, of course, you will not hear much from the
mainstream media or from the law courts about PMS in connection with, say,
domestic violence (which these days, remember, also includes such things as
shouting). And remember that millions of women suffer from PMS.
The effects of PMS, and the extent to which it
invades the female population, is one of the biggest and most successfully kept
secrets since the one concerning the whereabouts of Lord Lucan.
is a politically-correct article about PMS (i.e. one that excludes any mention
of the associated increased propensity for violence) by Dr E Lichten. And, if
you read it, you will discover that ...
"... physical symptoms
include headache, migraine, fluid retention, fatigue, constipation, painful
joints, backache, abdominal cramping, heart palpitations and weight gain.
Emotional and behavioral changes may include anxiety, depression, irritability,
panic attacks, tension, lack of co-ordination, decreased work or social
performance and altered libido."
In my view, men "don't talk about their
problems" with their female partners for four main reasons.
1. There is no problem - as per Martin Love's
2. Talking about their problems with their
female partners usually makes matters worse because their partners do not like the sound
of them. Indeed, women do not like men who have problems. Having problems is not
3. Within 25 nanoseconds of men starting to
talk about their problems the discussion is too often quickly hijacked by their
women partners who would much prefer to talk about their own!
4. Discussing one's problems seriously with
someone whose views are often not logical, consistent or understandable,
particularly when they fluctuate from day to hour because of their undue
reliance on an emotional input, is a pointless and deeply aggravating
It is commonly accepted that women's thinking is much
more affected by an emotional input
Putting the last point another way: It is
commonly accepted that women's thinking is much more affected by an emotional
input than is that of men. But given that emotions fluctuate - and often for the
most unpredictable, trivial or inscrutable of reasons - how can one possibly
gain much value from discussions with someone whose responses will vary
significantly depending on what they happen to be feeling at any give hour?
And, in my view, this is one of the main
communication barriers that men face when discussing problems with their women
partners. It is a waste of time.
Women cannot have it both ways.
Either their thinking is significantly
affected by their emotional responses to the issues - which they claim is the
case - or it isn't!
If their thinking is coloured by emotions, then their attitudes to the issues
will change unpredictably depending on what emotional contribution happens
to be present at the time; which makes any serious discussion with them somewhat pointless.
If their thinking is not
coloured by emotions, then their claim that they have
more to contribute than men in any discussion because of their extra 'emotional input' is,
quite clearly, false.
Notice also that if it is true that women's thought processes are more
affected by emotions than are those of men, then this also means that
their thinking is more affected by a part of the brain that is commonly
regarded as being more 'primitive' - evolutionarily speaking.
Now that's interesting!
Pre-Menstrual Syndrome The
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists reports that up to 40
percent of menstruating women experience some symptoms of PMS.
Up to 40%?
Any experienced man of the world - such as my good self - of course! - can tell you
that it must be at least 80% - if not close to 100% of women whose
brains misfire even more inappropriately than normal during 'the period' prior
to 'the period'.
The low figure of 40% published by this medical body probably arises because
women themselves (especially the younger ones) do not realise that their various
mood swings come from within as opposed to from without i.e. they blame others
for their ropy feelings and refuse to believe that their hormones have anything
to do with it.
In other words, when they fill in their various medical questionnaires about
PMS they say, "No, Sir. Not me!"
An estimated 5 percent to 10 percent of these women have a severe form of
PMS called premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), characterized by depression,
anxiety, tension and PERSISTENT ANGER or irritability.
To repeat: PERSISTENT ANGER
(That's about 3 million American women.)
And these are the women who often claim that they are being 'abused' when, in
fact, those around them are simply trying to cope with their horrible
These are also the women who often claim that they have been sexually
assaulted or harassed. In one moment their sexual juices are flowing like the
Niagara Falls and they are as sweet as pie, lusting for love and affection, and
the next moment they are infused with anger over the most ridiculously trivial
event or over the memory of it.
Female chimpanzees have been found to bear grudges against other chimps
for as long as 30 years. Male chimps, however, seem to forget in a very short
space of time. Carl Sagan
And some of these raging and deluded women are politicians, judges, police
officers and surgeons!
Women like these should never be in positions with much power over others -
whether at home or at work.
Unsurprisingly, however, many of these women also end up as single mothers -
for obvious reasons - and the lives of their children are often a living hell
from which there is absolutely no escape. These children are forced 24/7 to live under the control of a permanently
aggressive, unstable, unpredictable woman who has them completely at their
Day in. Day out.
And the family court judges then have the nerve to say that this is in 'the
best interests of the child'!
Absolutely unbelievable - until, of course, one recalls that most family
court judges are not there to serve families, they are there to serve their
(Those who don't serve their feminist overlords don't get the jobs.)
Needless to say, these emotionally-unstable aggressive women are also the
women most likely to deny fathers access to their children.
And the feminist judges let them have their way.
I have actually come across children whose lives are 24/7 under the control
of such women - and I cannot tell you how much it pains me to see this.
I simply cannot bear to think about what these children have to endure - day
in, day out - for years on end.