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Old 07-17-2008, 07:04 AM   #1
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Angry mood swings

iv just had an argument with my boyfrieind. i think i was just venting all my anger and fustration at him. the moment he walked in i was moody. i just picked at him for every little thing. things i wouldnt even usually snap at. i just feel like he is being really unsupportive. i hurt my hand slamming the door.i need to go for a walk and relax.

 
Old 07-17-2008, 10:57 AM   #2
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Re: mood swings

Yeah, I can relate. I've done this to my husband a few times. He knows it is my horomones, and after I cool off, I explain what I am feeling, and the things he can do to help me.
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Old 07-18-2008, 07:50 AM   #3
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Re: mood swings

I think it is hard for them to understand - especially when we start picking at them when they've done nothing wrong. My husband and I never used to argue. When I got pregnant, he wasn't used to me being a little sensitive, so the smallest thing would set me off. For the first month or so he would argue with me about things and I would end up in tears, leaving the house to go for a drive, crying all the way. I thought "how could I marry someone so insensitive!?" It took several good arguments, and make-up talks before he realized that I wasn't picking on him on purpose - that I just can't help this sometimes. So now when I start on a little rampage he just laughs at me and says "oh honey..." and comes and gives me a big hug. I end up laughing too, because most of the time I am being ridiculous. It just takes them a little time to adjust....you are not alone!

 
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