Hormone related inevitability is not only restricted to women but men also suffer from fatigue, depression, moodiness, anger, low libido, anxiety, confusion and lethargy. These are the symptoms of irritable male syndrome that are affecting men. It is more like male menopause and it targets men of all ages.
If you turn to the pages of the magazines or websites where people often write down their problems for solution, you will definitely come across such problems. Whether it is a middle aged man complaining about his wife’s miserable behaviour and their deteriorating relationship or a 60 years old woman finding nastiness in her husband after 30 years of marriage, the root cause remains the same.
It is certainly inevitable on the part of the women to try anything possible to help their man, but there are also few women who are in need of a solution to maintain their own sanity. However, in this post you will find 5 simple steps to deal with this irritable male syndrome.
Steps To Deal With Irritable Male Syndrome
There are many cases where you ignore the problems with the hope of any improvements in near future. You might think that the issue is temporary and is probably related to having tensions at work or the kids. ‘It is just a passing difficult phase’, ‘problems are certainly a part of life’, ‘every marriage has got its own sets of ups and downs’ and ‘the condition will improve soon’ are few thoughts of consolation that lead to no solutions. Unless you do something differently the conditions may get far worse.
When your partner is in pain, you obviously try hard to be nice. Understanding, helping, caring and supporting you partner is what you should do when he is in a problem. Women usually think that this will work, but these moves actually make the conditions worse.
The nicer you behave with your partner, the guiltier he feels about the way he behaved to arrive at such consequences. The feeling of guiltiness is may lead to depression, sadness or anger.
Don’t Blame Yourself
Whenever you get blamed or criticized by your partner, do not begin to think that the root cause of the problem is you. He might be right, but do not put on the weight to being less perfect or being overwhelmed with simple matters. If you are less available for sex due to some important works, do not feel ashamed or guilty. It is certainly not your fault if your partner is suffering from a chronic disease.
Try Different Medicine
At times your partner can be mean and disrespectful beyond your endurance limits. Instead of prescribing him a dose of his own medicine, try to handle the situation sensibly. Any lousy actions like making sarcastic comments to floor you partner may worsen the situation.
Avoid Getting Him to Change
Though you are not trying to change him, but your attempt to help him may further make him feel more pressured. Whether you tell him directly or drop any hints to consult a therapist, doctor, priest or counsellor, it will certainly depress or infuriate him.