Byline: Tony Woolway IF you're constantly exhausted and feel that there are simply not enough hours in the day, you could well be suffering from the latest modern malaise, dubbed Hurried Woman Syndrome.
What does HWS stand for?
HWS stands for Hurried Woman Syndrome
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We have 75 other meanings of HWS in our Acronym Attic
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- Holiday Withdrawal Syndrome
- Hollow Wooden Surfboard
- Holographic Weapons System
- Hoskins-Western-Sonderegger, Inc. (Lincoln, Nebraska)
- Hot Water Supply
- Household Waste Site (UK)
- Hugo Wall School of Urban and Public Affairs (Wichita State University; Kansas)
- Humane Waking System (alarm clocks)
- Hybrid Wireless Satellite
- Husband Wants Sex (Please Escuse Slow Typing)
- Hotel Web Site Content Management System (software)
- Hazardous Waste Services Association
- Hazardous Waste Storage Area
- Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities (New South Wales, Australia)
- Hickory Willow Swim Association
- Homeschool World Series Association (est. 2000)
- Houston Women's Soccer Association
- Hazardous Waste Siting Advisory Committee (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hurried Woman Syndrome was first identified in the United States, where the condition seems to have reached epidemic proportions.
HWS - Hurried Woman Syndrome is afflicting women up and down the land and shows no sign of abating.
Prima magazine found 74 per cent of those surveyed suffered from Hurried Woman Syndrome.
Trying to find time for children, work and husband simply leads to Hurried Woman Syndrome.
THE HURRIED WOMAN SYNDROME Brent Bost 2001; Vantage Press, New York 222 pages; $24.
And half of those questioned said they were even too tired for sex, which can be a symptom of what's known as Hurried Woman Syndrome, that manifests itself with a host of stress-related problems.
Byline: By EMMA POMFRET If you're constantly exhausted and feel that there are simply not enough hours in the day, you could well be suffering from the latest modern malaise, dubbed Hurried Woman Syndrome.