I remember thinking I was a officially a woman when I was dancing around my living room and (boop!) my period came. I felt so unusual that day yet a little excited, but overtime I found that having my period from the age 11 years old to now has not been exciting. Sis, I struggled with extreme horrible period pains to the point of not attending school. I would skip school, missed work days, not dress out for P.E when I was in school, I would vomit, lay on the floor and then some. I was in a lot of pain and very dramatic. I did not look forward to those five days that sometimes turned into seven days of menstrual cycle. This happened for years and years....
Is that you right now? Do you experience horrible pain? Do you crawl on the floor too? (is that too extreme?) here's what I found....
Isaiah 53: 5 says " But he was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; The chastisement for our peace was upon him, And by his stripes we are healed.”
The word of God is black and white. However, the issue was applying it. Are you applying it to your situation? When you get a cut the first thing that comes to mind is to find a bandage to cove up the cut, wound or injured part of your body, but if you get a cut and do not use the bandage to cover it up then it is of no good use for you. Yes, the bandage is there to do it's job, but you must actually use it to see results. Really use the word of God and apply it to your challenged areas.
I found that the key to my extreme menstrual cramps was my malnutrition. My mouth was open 24 hours like Walmart and I allow anything in my body. Proverbs 25:28 “ Like a city whose walls are broken through is a person who lacks self-control.” No one is obligated to control your mouth, but you. Your flesh will always tell you “you need this” or “just a little bit” but is it worth it? If it’s harmful for your body or you’ve experience the aftermath of eating certain food or snacks then why continue? (I’m telling you what I know.)
DISCLAIMER: These are the steps that worked for me after doing it numerous times when the pain arrive. The process for you may be a little different , but I also did some personal researching to find what works for my menstrual situation and I will encourage you to do the same. If your pain is unbearable, becomes problematic or stays longer than intended time then you may need to see doctor for further instructions. I hope you were encourage to identify what goes in your body and begin take better care of yourself and your soul.
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