#364: Can Men Have "That" Time of Month?
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Have you ever had a day where, like an ocean, your emotions ebbed and flowed from a high like a tsunami to that of a low tide?
I know biorhythms often are unpredictable and that our moods can not be on a high peak forever, but what causes such a roller coaster ride on what otherwise would seem to be a normal type of day?
I wasn't sad, or in a bad mood today, just up and down from moment to moment. I think I know some of the reasons but decided maybe it's better to not analyze things too closely. I was grateful my neighbor got my lawnmower started so I could get the front yard cut before I ran errands and went grocery shopping. Those were good things. I did expect a call from a friend that never came, but maybe he was busy. That was one of the lows for a short while before I talked with an author in Seattle whose book I'm editing and then with the publisher. Those were highs. That's the way the day went. Up and down with what were normal everyday type of activities.
Is it possible for men to have "that" time of the month when the emotions run wild because of some hormonal imbalance or something? Hey, I'm curious. I mean, I know I'm not pregnant, so it can't be that. So what accounts for this type of day?
Any thoughts on the situation?