Does this sound like your relationship?
Her: Why are you turning the air on? I'm freezing! Get your hands off of that thermostat!
Him: I'm burning up. It's 75 degrees in here. Why are you cold? There's something wrong with you.
Her: It's cold, do NOT touch that thermostat!
The differences between men and women are not always about communication or the different ways they each handle problems.
Men, it's not all in her head. She has good reason to feel the cold more than you.
Women, you're not going nuts. You're probably not anemic. There's nothing wrong with you. It turns out there is a physical reason why you feel colder than he does.
So yell at your man to come read this article so you both can learn why you feel cold all the time and buy the best items on the market to warm you up.
That's sad frank. Being cold constantly can be so miserable.
My 93 year old mother-in law has lost lots of muscle mass and now feels the cold terribly. We have to sit her in a blanket, even at home and certainly at church.
Yes, and I always need socks or blankets while I sleep otherwise I don't feel comfortable. My husband used to get surprised when I say its cold, and I used to put socks for my son also thinking it was cold.
You're welcome. It's miserable to be cold all the time isn't it?
You are very right about it, thank you for writing this. Many times I had this feeling.
Thank you Mira!
Never thought about it but your article and Frank's comment make a lot of sense. Thanks for yet another great read!:)
What was it? I hate being cold.
I went through a few years when I was always cold. My practitioner seemed to think it was my adrenal glands and gave me a supplement to take for a little while. Now the cold doesn't bother me as much.
It's funny how things hold over from another time