Post # 1
So today, I had a horrible day at school (I’m a teacher). I get home and I’m in an okay mood… Then FI makes me mad. Then I try to occupy myself by making a card on my Cricut and when it was time to use the scoring tool so I could easily fold it, a small part of it was missing. So I was so pissed and couldn’t find it and then I just broke down crying. Like a bad, freaking out, loud kind of crying.
I’ve never broke down and cried like that for something that was so minor. I really think it’s a combination of everything not going right all day but still.
Has this happened to anyone else?
Post # 3
I have been there done that!
Last month I got mad because my flat iron’s cord was all tangled up…..so I threw on the groud. I felt my better afterwards! I got over it and untangled the cord and I did my hair! lol
Post # 4
@alotlikelove: Oh lord, all the time lol. I am sorry you are having a bad day, and hope tomorrow is better. Hugs!
Post # 5
are you pmsing? I get a little moody around that time of month.
Post # 6
Lol. I’m less than 3 weeks away from my wedding and the combination of stress from work, both families, the wedding, and the attempt to keep some semblance of a normal life has set me off. It’s a lot.
Whatever it is he did, if you take yourself about of the circumstances of today and immense stress of everything, this wouldn’t have been an issue. However, when you are trying to do the one thing that helps you relax and shutout the chaos, and even that doesn’t work out…you are likely to have a small meltdown.
Have a glass of wine ( or a bottle, possibly two). Watch some really crazy people (anything with Real Housewives in title works) on tv. Remind yourself that you aren’t a crazy person, and you have a wonderful man who loves you at even your worst, and it will all be okay.
Post # 7
oh the UGLY cry. We have all been there, I’m certain. Sometimes you just need to let it all out!
Post # 8
Thanks for the positive comments, everyone! Needed to read those tonight.. Going to bed early and hoping for the best tomorrow..
Post # 9
@SamanthaLovesJames: I’m due in 7 days according to my app tracker.. So maybe? That’s what I was thinking too!
Post # 10
Been there, done that. I’m a teacher too and know how those horrible days are :/
Post # 11
Ya I’ve definitely had one for those before! Well, I have them way too often haha. Yesterday I threw one of our invitation envelopes across the room because I spelled someone’s name wrong… Lovely! Haha
Post # 12
sometimes when your skin is already raw from other things-stress, trouble at home/work- it makes every little thing feel that much more painful, because your emotions are exposed and raw. i understand.
Post # 13
Been there, it’s totally normal! Last week I was having an issue with a friend, PMSing, then had a customer at work threaten to ‘make my life hell’ because he didn’t pay off his loan. I held it together all day, then one of our blinds broke at home and I just lost it, like ugly crying. It took me forever to calm down.
It’s definitely a combination of everything building up. Hope the next day was better for you!
Post # 14
Been there done that haha! I think we all have, dont worry too much 🙂
Post # 15
Um… yes. Today. When I realized the pharmacy took a credit card payment for my antibiotics and also charged it to my health reimbursment program card so I paid from them twice.
It’ll probably happen again over something on a random day.
I keep maca (a supliment) around and try to remember to take it every day. That seems to help.
Post # 16
I had this really rough day several years ago. Nothing major just a bunch of minor things. I was so thankful that later that day I had plans to go swimming with a friend. I get home put on my brand new swimsuit and the metal clasp on the back just snaps. I just bursted in tears. I called her crying because I was so sad and I was an idiot thinking she would just diss me since I didn’t want to swim anymore.
Everyone has their own tactic to deal with it. Just find whatever you can to take your mind off of it. You’ll think about it when your more sane and far less emotional.