Think Maybe I Need An Anger Management Course!

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Hi everyone

Does anyone find that since they have been 'inflicted' with ME that they tend to get more ANGRY than usual? :evil:

I absolutely blew a fuse this morning at a dry cleaners when some dresses (bridesmaids ones :rollsmile that I had taken in four days ago to be pressed hadn't been done. 'Oh I haven't had chance to do those yet' said the owner, despite the fact they were due to be ready yesterday. I went absolutely balistic in front of a shop load of people - I just couldn't believe it was me speaking! I think a demon has taken over my body. :evil:

I never used to be like this - I don't much like the new ME! :devil:

Katie sad

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    Don't worry it's not just you, my family and friends think I have had a personally transplant. I get really worked uo ovetr silly little things. Luckiy they just ignore me, they sometimes laugh and that makes me ten times worse. I know I'm doing it but just can't stop myself, it's like having severe p.m.t all the time. :roll:
  • Posted

    Really? :shock: I just thought I had no self control. I try so hard and feel so bad when I fail.

    I just haven't got energy to deal with things when they go wrong.

    I don't cope either, when my routine is upset or something changes and is different. I can cope on auto pilot but I'm not good when I have to think too much before I do something.

  • Posted

    Thanks girls, that does at least make me feel a little better. :?

    I do know what you mean about routine change though, Alicia - it completely 'throws me' when my rather mundane routine is altered!!

    There is far more to this illness than is indicated in any medical book. :wah:

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    I can't stand things out of routine. Today I feel as if I have run a marathon. I have being looking after my friends 2 year son, till she prepered for her mam's birthday party (65). After about an hour I could not stand him running around, so decided to take him for a walk. I never talk into the town centre but I thought I would, thinking I had the pushchair to hold me up. It's about half a mile there and back. If I could have got the bus home I would have. The more tired I become the worse by mood gets. Luckly he fell asleep on the way back andslept for 2 hours.
  • Posted

    Pity you couldn't have swopped places with him!

    I think we all get a bit tetchy when we are tired. :zzz:

    I just find that I don't want to talk to anyone - and if anyone dares to attempt to talk to me ........... :steam:


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