Don't feel like myself

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Don't feel like myself

I hope I'm not going to be like this until April. I'm so moody and sensitive and bummy for NO reason. Getting really upset about really, really dumb stuff. Also, I mentioned to a male friend that I was feeling moody and he was like, "yeah, me too." Um, no, hormonally balanced male ... you don't get to complain about being moody.

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Awww ((joan)), I'm right there with you. I'm super sensitive and everyone at work is used to me being sarcastic and witty and when they come at me - I don't have a response anymore, I just want to cry because everyone seems like they're just being mean. I also get mad VERY easily. I'm hating all the "knowing" nods I'm getting from women and all the "I understands" I'm getting from men. Men don't understand. Period. Yes, my DH is trying very hard to be sympathetic. He helps me do things, simple things, that I should be able to do myself... but he doesn't understand that RIGHT UNDERNEATH is a huge bubble waiting to pop - either into crying or pissy-ness.

And you're right, it's dumb stuff. Stuff I'd be able to handle normally. Bad thing is - I'm emotional ANYWAY, so this is like 100 times worse.

I feel like I need to just be alone all the time, with no access to FB or the internet or my phone because then if I get upset, I just have to get over it LOL

I hope you feel better - and I sincerely hope this doesn't last until April as well. But - I have a feeling...for me, it will. *sigh* I told DH the other night I'm gonna end up jobless and husband-less because of my moods.

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"babywings1" wrote:

I'm super sensitive and everyone at work is used to me being sarcastic and witty and when they come at me - I don't have a response anymore, I just want to cry because everyone seems like they're just being mean.

Yes, this! I normally go back and forth with them, but now I'm just like, "waaaah, stop picking on me." We do a quote of the week at our staff meeting and it's almost become a joke that something I say gets submitted every week because I'm kind of a loud mouth who says whatever, but today I'm like, "SERIOUSLY?? Am I the ONLY person in the office who ever says anything quotable!??!" Stupid, I know, but I am just so sensitive lately.

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Yes! Exactly, stop picking on me!

and LOL about saying something about your quotables. Sometimes something stupid will set me off... and I ALWAYS start off my next sentence with SERIOUSLY?? which is usually accompanied by an eyeroll.

I work in the back of a grocery store, where all the trucks come in. We don't have customers back there, so my mouth is usually running (and cussing). One of my bosses (the head man) doesn't care...the other one is like, you need to calm down! To which I reply F YOU! LMAO

I told DH today that Julie is gonna cuss a lot with me as her mom and him as her dad. He said good! I was like, oh yeah.. I sure would bet that your mom would love Julie running up to her and going, "Grandma! Hiiiii you b****!"

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ROFL I told my coworker the same thing. That this little guy is gonna come out cussin up a storm with the F-word. :oops: DH doesn't even say Damn! Lol..

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Oh my gosh...yes. Im so evil lately. I sure hope this passes soon.

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On a serious note, I hope you ladies can start having some good days to where your feeling a little better.

On a laughing note...this little girls favorite work is going to be f*** because thats the word DH says all the dang time...he swears like he is still a sailor...his reason is...once a sailor always a sailor. *eye roll here* LOL I know the 13 year old uses the language outside the home because all the kids do it..but i'm surprised our 6 year old only slips up once in a while. Hahaha...sigh...I have my work cut out for me.

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I'm so glad I'm not the only one that cusses and thinks they will have to watch their language around the baby. My older brother's first word was apparently the F bomb.

I remember when I was little, my grandparents took me and my cousin to Disney World. We were in the swimming pool and my grandfather was holding me up in the air. I was giggling. Then I told him..."Put me down you basta**". He dropped me LOL But since we were in the water, it didn't matter much. They wanted to know where I knew that word from and I had honestly heard it on a tape with the songs from Les Mis ...so I didn't get to listen to that tape anymore Sad But I didn't know it was a bad word! I had never heard it before.

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"babywings1" wrote:

I remember when I was little, my grandparents took me and my cousin to Disney World. We were in the swimming pool and my grandfather was holding me up in the air. I was giggling. Then I told him..."Put me down you basta**". He dropped me LOL But since we were in the water, it didn't matter much. They wanted to know where I knew that word from and I had honestly heard it on a tape with the songs from Les Mis ...so I didn't get to listen to that tape anymore Sad But I didn't know it was a bad word! I had never heard it before.

LOL!! That's hilarious. My 4 year old recently went through a phase where he said, "freakin" everything. It was so hard not to laugh too, especially since I know it's my fault. "Mom, it's freakin hot in here." hahahahahaha ... I'm terrible.

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I am SOOOO emotional right now, when I went to my last dr appointment and she asked "so how are you feeling" I said, "if I answer that honestly you'll have cps in here and me in a straight jacket!" lol