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When you can't face another month of anxiety before your period

Updated: Apr 18

You wake up feeling like you've been hit by a ton of bricks. The burning chest and heavy dread of anxiety takes over, making even the simplest task of replying to a group WhatsApp chat feel like you're in a life or death situation.

It's your old friend: anxiety before your period.

You haven't got the words to explain to others why you're not yourself, and anyway words are never able to capture the intensity of what you're feeling.

Debilitating PMDD symptoms can leave you feeling isolated, frustrated, and desperate.

But what if there was a way to break free from this cycle of suffering?

A way to find relief, reclaim control over your emotions, and feel peace and stability so that you can actually send the WhatsApp message and not obsess about it all morning so much you can't breathe, or not feel like you're two people operating at once at work, smiling to colleagues and crying in the toilets.

But there is a way to break this cycle.

Menstruality coaching is a transformative approach that has helped many women take back control from PMDD. This isn’t about quick fixes or masking symptoms; it’s about understanding your body and working with your cycle to create lasting change.

Here’s how we can start:

1. Education is Key: Understanding the how and why behind your symptoms can empower you. Knowledge about your hormonal fluctuations and their impacts can demystify the feelings of anxiety and helplessness.

2. Personalised Strategies: Together, we'll develop strategies that fit your life and your symptoms. This could mean learning new skills, lifestyle changes, or stress management techniques that are tailored to work for you.

3. Consistent Practice: Implementing and sticking to the strategies we develop will be key. It’s about making gradual, consistent changes that build a foundation for better days.

4. Professional Guidance: As your coach, I’m here to guide and support you every step of the way. We’ll adjust strategies as needed, ensuring they align with your evolving needs and lifestyle.

It’s time to reclaim your life from PMDD.

If you're feeling skeptical or uncertain, that's completely normal. Change is challenging, especially when dealing with something as complex as PMDD. But remember, taking the first step is part of the process towards feeling better. You deserve to live a life not overshadowed by your symptoms.

I know you are tired of PMDD calling the shots in your life.

It's time to take back control.

I'm here to help you build resilience and take your power back.

If not now, when? If not me, how?

Love, Lisa x

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