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HELP

PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 3:49 pm
by simona
I have looked through a lot of the stuff on this site and whilst it is very relevant for the ladies who are going through the menopuase, I was hoping to find some other men who, like me, are struggling to understand what is going on with the woman they have loved for many years. Any suggestions?

Re: HELP

PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2008 1:33 pm
by minniepauz
Did you see the thread where a couple of other guys posted their experiences? I'm sorry you haven't gotten a response, maybe some of the ladies could help if you would be more specific. :) Also, is your wife open to talking about it at all? What is her age?

Re: HELP

PostPosted: Sun Apr 27, 2008 4:07 am
by gorgeousfluffpot
well Mr. Gorgeous has a read of some of the postings at MinniePauz, written by the ladies, as he says it gives him a better idea of everything that is going on and that it is not just his wife being stroppy/weepy/spitting fireworks ... so if he reads that someone else has it I think he's a little more forgiving!! But I think it's right that the Men's Room should be resuscitated a little and suggested it to Mr. G - he just replies that he can't type and therefore can't put a message on the board. Perhaps that's one reason why the Men's Room is a little empty these days ..?

Re: HELP

PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 7:04 am
by Seventeen_At_Heart
yes, my husband is not familiar with using a computer or forums or typing either.

Sometimes I print things out that might help him to know that I'm normal :D (or so i like to think :lol: )

He read (well he said he did) my progesterone cream booklet

Re: HELP

PostPosted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 9:57 am
by minniepauz
I do have a page with information that will help husbands (books, websites):

http://www.minniepauz.com/male-menopause.html

Re: HELP

PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 4:09 am
by psexypsychic
My husband doesn't care about what's going on. Its "gross woman stuff" to him. I keep him informed (sometimes in an overly graphic way because it illicits a reaction) so that later on, he can't say: "I didn't know..." because I always tell him.

Of course, his stroke makes him less than sympathetic in general and it makes him forgetful. But, if I didn't tell him things, I'd feel even more alone.