Pms Quotes

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“Women complain about premenstrual syndrome, but I think of it as the only time of the month that I can be myself.”
Roseanne Barr

Dannika Dark
“I was beginning to think that Simon just had a bad case of OCD, ADD, and PMS. With a little BS and OMG mixed in.”
Dannika Dark, Gravity

Rachel Hawkins
“A startled giggle burst out of me. Paranormal Management Society. PMS. I hadn't even thought of it like that.”
Rachel Hawkins, School Spirits

Sherrilyn Kenyon
“You owe me this. You made me get rid of my assassin and now I have no control over those creatures that—"
That you created," he added, interrupting her angry tirade. "Don't forget the important part here. The Dark-Hunters wouldn't exist at all had someone, and for the sake of your missing intellect let me clarify that, you, not stolen powers from me that could bring back the dead. I didn't need the Dark-Hunters to help me fight against the Daimons and protect the humans. I was doing fine on my own. But you wouldn't have it. You created them and made me responsible for their lives. It's a responsibility that I take most seriously, so excuse me for banning you from killing them because you have reverse PMS."
She scowled. "Reverse PMS?"
Yeah, unlike a normal woman, you're cranky twenty-eight days out of the month.”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Devil May Cry

Chynna T. Laird
“Perhaps people felt there was nothing more they could do, you know? After all, how can someone be helped who doesn’t see the need? A Christian counselor I saw for a while described such situations as, “a White Elephant everyone can see but no one wants to deal with; everyone hopes the problem will just go away on its own.”

Just like with my mom.

Back then it seemed women were almost expected to go a little loopy sometimes. After all we’re the ones with raging hormones that get out of whack – by our periods, PMS or pregnancy and childbirth – and cause craziness and bizarre behavior. And because of those uncontrollable hormones, women are also more emotional and predisposed to depression. These are things my mom was actually told by her parents, her family, her husbands and friends... even her doctor. Eventually, she made herself believe that her erratic behavior stemmed from PMS, not mania or alcohol.”
Chynna T. Laird, White Elephants

“Estrogen deficient woman are nothing but the walking dead.”
Marie Hoag MBA

“It's time to stop grouping up and complaining about all our estrogen deficient symptoms and demand real answers and plenty of estrogen.”
Marie Hoag MBA

Abhijit Naskar
“Be her hero and love her even during those times when she despises herself.”
Abhijit Naskar

Abhijit Naskar
“Never mess with a woman in PMS and a man on Testosterone.”
Abhijit Naskar

“The goal is to get your estrogen where it should be so you don’t have to hang out in social support groups that do nothing but chew the cud on how miserable they are without estrogen.”
Marie Hoäg, MBA

Abhijit Naskar
“The hormonal interplay inside a woman’s head creates her reality. Her hormones tell her day to day what’s important. They mold her desires and values.”
Abhijit Naskar, Neurosutra: The Abhijit Naskar Collection

“I’ve seen estrogen make princesses out of witches.”
Marie Hoäg MBA

“Estrogen decides everything.”
Marie Hoäg, MBA

Bijou Hunter
“Men suck,” Bailey said, nodding supportively then frowning at Vaughn. “Why do you suck so much? Too much ball toxins?”
“Sounds about right,” he muttered, rolling another strike. “Girls get PMS. Guys get ball toxins. Common knowledge.”
Bijou Hunter, Damaged and the Cobra

Adriana Vandelinde
“Menstruation is just a way of your body letting go of something that is no longer needed.”
Adriana Vandelinde, English for Her: Everything You Always Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask