Menopause is a female issue, not a masculine one, so the feminazi’s will tell you. I beg to differ, men suffer from menopause as well. Do you think that the feminine half of a couple is the only one to suffer when she has a headache, or sore muscles, tendons or joints. Is she the only one to suffer when she is having prolonged periods or exceptionally heavy bleeding or has a dry vagina.
By the time your wife gets to the age where she is going through menopause you are probably alone together, the kids have grown and hopefully moved out of home, so you wear the brunt of her moodiness and stress. The two of you have been together for about 20yrs and you can still remember when she was the most wonderful woman on earth.
She laughed, she sang, she touched you in places that made you feel like a man. Now she is always tired, has sore hips, has her period, has a headache, has neck pain or anything else that she can think of. Gone are the days of the quickie just to keep you happy.
What do you do, leave her, most don’t because there have been many good years, but how long will the bad years last. Women think that they are the only ones who suffer from menopause, MEN SUFFER TOO. Just not the same way that women do.
Is menopause mental
Menopause is a mental thing as well as a physical thing. Some women start to think that they are old just because they are going through menopause. The only thing that a woman can’t do after menopause that they could do before it, is have children. Everything else is still the same. You! still look sexy to your husband and maybe even other men, you can still be young at heart.
Women also need to understand what their partners are going through, men are not made of stone and they have needs. I have needs, but I have been with my wife for a long time and I don’t want to leave her and find another woman. I want her to understand what I am going through.
I wake up every morning and wait to see what kind of a mood my wife is in, is she grumpy, picky, complaining, or praise the lord, does she have a smile and a “good morning” for me. Her mood swings are also a problem; thankfully the bad moods don’t last very long.
Men need to understand what their wives are going through, but women also need to see it from a masculine perspective as well. Who wants to be in constant pain, who wants the mental turmoil that menopause can cause. Who enjoys it when their body tells them that they are getting too old to do the things that they once did.
Counselors will tell you that you have to love yourself before you can love someone else, that is true. But in a truly loving relationship if you don’t love your partner more that you love yourself you might as well be alone.
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