If you’re a man and you sometimes find women boggling – especially their weird mood swings, it is important that you learn about the different kinds of women issues. So that the next time your female coworker, boss, a loved one or a friend starts getting stressed out or looks like will have a breakdown, you have a better idea of where’s it coming from so you will be more understanding of what they are actually going through.
Appearance and weight: it is practically a no brainer that women are very sensitive about their appearance and weight – even those who act like they don’t really give a rat’s ass about it. Actually, men are also particular about their own appearances as well and can be a bit sensitive about it too so if your wife, sister etc. starts complaining about their weight or says that she’s having a “fat day”, don’t make her feel worse by making some insensitive remarks. Sometimes a little white lie can easily do the trick or simply staying quiet. You can also comfort her by being supportive in case she decides to go on a diet – just make sure that it’s something healthy; or enroll in a gym – you can sign up to accompany her; or read self-help books to get tips.
Financial woes: again, just like any other person out there, women are also very concerned about money in the sense that they need to find a good balance of between having enough for their daily needs as well as have a substantial amount that would regular go to their savings. It’s very common to find female characters in films, television shows, even books that are compulsive shoppers or have encountered various mishaps due to overspending. Not to stereotype anyone but women do love to shop and sometimes their love for shopping hinders them from being able to stay on track when it comes to their finances. If you have a close friend or a loved one whom you think has a tendency to overspend, try to help her out by giving her financial advice – without sounding too harsh or being totally invasive. Remind her of the importance of saving up for a rainy day or help her find an part-time job which can help her earn more money for her needs.