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You‘re having one of those days.  Your hormones are raging and you‘re just not in the mood.  Your mate is just the opposite and has gone all out to prepare a romantic evening.  Do you give in even though you feel miserable; say “Not tonight, honey; or make plans to go out with some girlfriends to get away?

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      Stephanie wrote Jul 25, 2008
    • Sometimes you have to sacrifice your “mood and just suck it up. I know its not exactly what you want, but put yourself in his shoes. What if you spent all this time planning and got excited to do a romantic thing for your partner, and they just were not in the mood?

      Just relax and enjoy yourself!




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      Anonymous wrote Jul 25, 2008
    • Some days may be better than others, but you have to show you‘re mate that you do care and that you do appreciate what he has done for you. If you really feel like you can’t put a smile on your face for him, plan a girls night and tell him to go out with boys... Plan the night to the best of you‘re ability and make the best of it!




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      Yana Berlin wrote Jul 25, 2008
    • If your mate made arrangement to take you out, going out with your girlfriends is probably not a good idea.  

      Ask for a hug an little compassion, nothing wrong to admit that hormones are out of whack and you can’t control them at the moment.




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      David M. Matthews wrote Jul 26, 2008
    • I agree with Stephanie.  Your mate has gone to the a lot of effort to create a romantic evening, which is primarily for your benefit, since generally speaking, men have little interest in romance except as a means to please you...so you'll please them. And while that may sound self-serving, consider all the times your mate (and other men, for that matter) have attempted to get intimate with you without elaborate (or any) preparation. This kind of considerate behavior needs to be encouraged, if you want it to continue or be repeated in the future. So summon up all your strength, put a smile on your face, and be supportive of your guy's efforts. It'll certainly pay big dividends in the future...and who knows, maybe all your effort will even brighten your mood.  That's what I call "win-win!"




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      Lisa VM wrote Jul 29, 2008
    • Wouldn’t know, this has never happened to me???!!!




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