Jump off that hormone swing!


WOW!

I could not get over the great response I have received from my last post.

Thank you for sharing your hearts here in the comments and emails.

I never realized how many women suffer from PMS.

My heart goes out to each and every one of you.


Have I got a goodie for you!

Lorraine, author of Jump off the hormone swing ,
(featured in photo above)
has been so sweet to give an autographed copy away here!


I'm not a big reader but this book was hard to put down!

Throughout her book you will find 10 benefits of PMS and perimenopause.
Yes, you read that right!
She shares coping strategies & practical help from a "been there" woman and from over 1,500 women that Lorraine interviewed. To wrap things up she has included a 10 week bible study with companion on-line videos.

So how do you win?

Just leave a comment here and you're in.

To make things fun, you can  leave your idea on what PMS means to you for an extra entry.

Lorraine has some fuuny ones in her book like...

Pass Me Sweets
Pray More Seriously

Ha!

xoxox Susie~




53 comments:

  1. I SO need to read this book!

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  2. WoW Susie this would be awesome to read... My family would probably appreciate it if I won... Just sayin'

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  3. Hi Susie,

    I wish this book had been available years ago when I was suffering with a hormone imbalance. Know that you are not alone and that it won't last forever. And most importantly, forgive yourself for those thoughts. That was surely my biggest struggle.

    Hugs from across the way in Texas...and remember that Ben and Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream can do wonders for those hot flashes. Go ahead and climb in the freezer and have some! ; )

    ~Tina

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  4. Oops- I forgot to say that I do not need to be entered in the book giveaway. Hope it goes to someone in need...good information is life changing!

    Love your blog! And I wish I had gone to Spokane for the show! Maybe next year. I missed Luckett's too!

    ~Tina

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  5. Count me in! My hubby can vouch for me! lol. Thanks.

    jill n.
    mjnelson5@hotmail.com

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  6. Wow, that is very generous of her! I think PMS stands for Periodic Mental in-Stability.

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  7. PMS Previously Mentally Stable

    Sounds like a great book

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  8. Strategies? I Need coping strategies!! :) Seems like a wonderful book!!

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  9. Yep! I can relate. I used to have awful PMS. Right now, I am more perimenopausal. My doctor says I am too young at 45 but everyone's body is different so who are they to say what is too young. My period comes and goes as it pleases now -- an absence of up to 4 months at times. I never know when to expect it. Rather than feeling anger or frustration like I used to, I tend to get a bit more quiet and yes, sometimes tearful. I figure it is all a natural process and don't believe in hormone replacement. Our body is doing what it is supposed to do so I say just go with it. Of course, there are extreme cases where some folks just can't cope. I am taking it all as it comes, one day at a time. Wishing you all the best, Tammy

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  10. this is so me... I need this book!!!

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  11. Pardon My Sweat-glands!

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  12. I'd love to recieve a copy of the book if I'm chosen. I suffer from PMS, when this OTHER woman comes to dwell with my husband and I. ;) During that time I don't even know myself and I drive ME crazy.

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  13. My family wants me to win this book!

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  14. I really need this book so both of the two heads I sprout during this time can read it :-)

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  15. This book looks worth reading! I am always on the lookout for help with my female issues.

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  16. PMS for me right now, (dealing with this Dallas heat and my wacky hormones), stands for Poor Me Syndrome :(

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  17. thanks for the chance to win!
    any book that con offer insight and maybe some good advice on how to curb the hormone crazies...has to be a good read!

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  18. pms means for me: easy to tear up..over anything slightly sad or happy...lots of reflection on how blessed i am...then tearing up over that...gratitude...then i have times of frustration too...tiredness, disconnect ...often taking a nap to reset myself to a "normal" mood. good grief..it's exhausting...

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  19. I don't know if I'm too late, but I'd love to throw my hat in the ring! Husband would love it too ;)

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  20. I never thought I had pms, of course my children would probably say different. But I guess I do have my moments. Sounds like this book could be very interesting for me to read. And to further my chances.....What PMS means to me....It definitely changes up my day to day same oh same oh, right? ha, Blessings, Debbie

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  21. PMS = Pretty Mean Sistah around here!

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  22. I would love to win this! My family would probably appreciate it as well!

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  23. Looks like a great book - I would love to win this!

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  24. my whole life has been driven by hormones. I so want the rollercoaster to end. can't wait to read the book.

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  25. What a wonderful giveaway. You mean there can be joy in my house during the next few years?! Bring it on baby!!! :o)

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  26. PMS = Pack my suitcase!!!!!

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  27. Okay, this one might not qualify as an official entry, but i just couldn't resist. PMS in this case stands for "PICK ME SUSIE!"

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  28. What a generous give-a-way and one I'd love to win!

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  29. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to read this book! What an awesome giveaway.

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  30. I would totally love to win this book! I actually went to the book store to buy it today, and they didn't have it...maybe it was a sign, wink, wink!

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  31. To me, PMS means my family goes into hiding for a week b/c mommy is a holy terror...I can barely stand myself during that week....I get on my own nerves:o) Would love to win. Awesome giveaway!!

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  32. PMS= Permanent Mood Swing!

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  33. I'd love to read this book. PMS at my house means leave mama alone. I hate it.. so I know its bad for my husband and kids.

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  34. I would LOVE to read this book! PMS here... Pray Mama Sleeps!

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  35. I love that this book is written from a Christian perspective. I'd love to see what she has to say. Thanks for the offer. :)

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  36. Would love a chance to get this book.

    Painful
    Misery
    Syndrome

    Thanks,
    Ruth

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  37. You have a great blog! I loved reading about your trip to Farm Chicks. It made me appreciate my lavender! This book would be such a bonus!

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  38. What PMS means is that without warning, I become the person I would never want to be - especially to my children. Unrecognizable. Not a nice lady.

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  39. I NEED this book, haha! Super givieaway, PMS means a debilitating migraine, erggg!

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  40. Thank you so much for sharing such a great book with us. :o)
    It is a shame that we can't live like the Old Testament women did ... who during their "time" were put away. :o) That would be heavenly to me! ;o)

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  41. Ooooh! I'll be looking for this book for sure! I've just been through some difficult testing to determine what's going on with my cycle - I'm praising the Lord that there is no cancer, but still need some answers. My PMS symptoms are crazy - the kids call it Productive Mama Syndrome because I go into hyper-drive and clean like crazy. As Martha would say, 'it's a good thing'!

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  42. I'd love to read this book....

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  43. oh yeah... thanks for the suggestion of this book. so many of us will use it!

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  44. pms? how i feel is that i have a pretty mean spirit.
    which depresses me and doesnt make me like myself very much.

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  45. Would love to read this!

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  46. My family REALLY wants me to have this book!!!!!

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  47. Hey Susie, I would love to win this book. Thanks!

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  48. I desperately need to read this...
    Thanks!
    And keep your head up!

    Yanira

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  49. I would love to win!

    Beth
    hbw1998@gmail.com

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  50. So glad I'm not alone and thanks for this giveaway. Please enter me I'm early fourties, my parents are late 80's(only child)children 18yo boy 15 yo girl 6yr and 4yr old boys. Husband in school fulltime = please minimize stress.PMS

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  51. I could use this book! ;)

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