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According to Ussher, severe cases of monthly moodiness are more common among women in their mid-30s or older with multiple responsibilities, women with relationship difficulties, or whose partners provide little understanding and support.
The authors describe the role of male hormones in the well-being of both mind and body, and they discuss current test and treatment options for dealing with symptoms such as depression, moodiness, apathy and erectile dysfunction.
Louisa challenged him with her moodiness and her longing for fame and wealth.
So it is not surprising Juande has taken action because he doesn't want Berbatov's moodiness to affect the morale of the squad.
Moodiness, irritability, depression or feeling of hopelessness
Revealing the latest scientific findings in easy-to-understand terms, he shows why moodiness, quickness to anger and to take risks, miscommunication, fatigue, territoriality, and other familiar teenage behavior problems are so common--all are linked to physical changes and growth in the adolescent brain.
The Byronic Rochester's pernicious moodiness and secretiveness scarcely prevents Jane from falling for him, despite his affections for Lady Ingram (Francesca Annis).
And like all things in black and white, the absence of color lends sophistication, even moodiness, to the footstool, shower curtain and trays seen here.
Tell him, with as much firmness and lack of hostility as you can muster, that he must either move back in with you without his former moodiness, or take all of his things and go for good.
Jo's moodiness is obvious but hasn't yet reached the riptides of anger and meanness that develop as her personality evolves across the years.
Tips from Parentline Plus include reassuring children that they can always re-sit exams, arranging their and your s c h e d u l e s a r o u n d revision, giving them a break and understanding l o s t t e m p e r s a n d moodiness, and letting them know you can help them plan their work.
The authors found that adventurous and impulsive behavior were emblematic of high accident rates, and demonstrated a correlation between accident proneness and worrying, poor self-confidence and moodiness.