This is the name given to the painful periods that appear with menstruation.
It may be related to woman’s rejection of her own femininity. It can also be caused by a feeling of guilt for dirty genital sexuality.
In the same way, pain in the period can mean that the woman is afraid of having children.
The woman wants her baby to be a boy and mismanages male hormones.
It manifests itself in girls, whose mothers expected it to be a boy, and her unconscious rejects her femininity for fear of being rejected.
Pain in menstruation also expresses that the woman has difficulties with authority and that she does not like having to adapt to the norms and rules of the family.
A painful menstruation is indicative that it hurts to be a woman, that there is a rejection of the feminine condition whose main characteristic is receptivity and the capacity to deliver.
It may be a reaction to the mother, who was her first female role model.
This does not mean that she is not feminine, but that she finds the role of a “submissive” woman unattractive, or that she is subject to too many “rules”.
The rules are tough in this house.
“I can’t stand authority; I don’t want to be ordered around”,
“You don’t have to do this, you don’t have to do the other, you have to do it like this, you have to do it that other way”,
“I have no right to exist, except on condition of doing what they tell me”,
“I need freedom, to do what I want, when I want to and with whoever I want”,
“This family is not normal; one aspect of my family hurts me”
In the same way, dysmenorrhea can be the consequence of a feeling of resentment towards a man (the father or another) or towards men in general.
The rule can also hurt very demanding women who want to be free or independent and who demand, in the same way, that others be rigorous in fulfilling their commitments.
They cannot bear the lack of fulfillment of the obligations or their deadlines.
Likewise, menstrual disorders can also be the expression of a woman’s inability to “let go”, to give up or give in relationships with loved ones, and in matters related to motherhood.
Likewise, it is possible that menstrual pains come from a wrong “education”, from popular beliefs transmitted by the family.
Did you learn that it was normal to have problems during menstruation?
Did someone pass on the belief to you as a child that menstruating was shameful, sinful, or dirty?
In addition, the rule can also be painful when there is a contradiction in the way of valuing sexuality, when it is considered as something dirty and sinful, but at the same time, essential.
“My sexual level invades me”
There is another aspect in women that can also cause discomfort and pain in the period, such as the choice of having a child or not.
When a child is desired, the arrival of menstruation is like a lost occasion, she manifests that she once again “could not be”, so that the pain can express the disappointment of not having become pregnant.
When the period is abundant it can indicate a loss of joie de vivre due to a toxic relationship with a member of her family. “I want someone in my family to leave”, “I want to leave this family”, “I am afraid that my partner will leave me”
Having painful periods on the first day of your period can mean, “I’m ashamed”
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