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Do you ever have day’s when things just build up and you can’t help but cry?  I’ve been very frustrated since Sunday and started crying at work (which is very embarrassing) and it doesn’t help when hubby say’s “just don’t let it get to you“.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • Been there too! Whatever the “it” is that is bringing you to tears it too shall pass be strong my friend, keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.heart




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      Mary Clark wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • I did that once at work....in a training session no less and not because of what I was learning but because the trainer was such a you know what!  But I truly think it was my hormones messing around with me because usually I wouldn’t let people like her bother me...they usually would tick me off.
      Maybe it’s hormonal...




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • I agree with Mary. And yep have had those times myself and it always made it worse when id hear just dont let it get to u.heart I hope “it” whatever it is passes quickly 4 u.




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      Cocofix41 wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • I hope it passes for you honey.
      We are all human, its part of life to have times like that and nothing to be ashamed or embarrased about.
      Ive had plenty of moments like that myself and luckily they all PASS!
      Sending you Happy, Warm Fuzzies
      Christie




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • I’m wondering myself about hormones. I know that when perimenopause started and for the next couple of years I cried at things that normally wouldn’t faze me. Is it possible that’s contributing to it, Angelcart?




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      Tuliplady wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • I’ve had those days.  I blame it on hormones too, but really and truly, sometimes everything just gets to be too much and you gotta cry.  I’m pretty close to that myself this afternoon.




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      Angelcart wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • Thanks guy’s.  I too was thinking it’s hormones.  For one day I wish hubby or a man would experience this so they would understand.heart




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      Tuliplady wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • Oh wouldn’t that be wonderful if they had to go thru a day like that?!?!




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      Lazylola wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • Yes more often than I’d like.




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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • Stress and hormones can both get to you this way.  Tears are cleansing.  You are trying to let it not get to you by crying, releasing the bad feeling, which is alright.  

      If this continues though, you may consider checking your hormones level or your anxiety out with a doctor so he/she can address the issue before it gets too much.

      Take care.




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      Angell Villafañe wrote Oct 26, 2010
    • I absolutely have...alot! Sometimes we just need a good cry...it’s a good release. And then I find my mind is more clear to focus on the issue at hand. Hope things work out for you. Big Hugs!

      Oh yeah and men just don’t get it!




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      Anne E wrote Oct 27, 2010
    • I hate it when S/O says don’t let it get to you-it’s so much better when they say talk to me about it!




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      Cathie Beck wrote Oct 27, 2010
    • I have cried at work. My new assistant stoled $400 and my boss was Bellowing at me to Find that money! I knew she stoled it and I wasn’t going to find it because it wasn’t an error to be found. I cried and I guess her seeing me cry made her decide to come back from with the bank and tell me she miraculously found it in the bank bag. We both knew that was total bs, I’d checked the bank bag myself.  

      One thing I wish I could do is cry more. It’s a great stress buster!  

      Cathie




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      Marya1961 wrote Oct 27, 2010
    • I have cried everywhere at some point, from the supermarket to the doctor’s office, and honestly, Angel, felt so much better...even though people look at you strange, I just sniff and stare back at them...at the age we are at now, it is hormonal, but also life itself has gotten harder..and men will NEVER understand..BIG HUGS Girlfriend!heart




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      Jenz ~ wrote Oct 27, 2010
    • Hugs to ya Angelcart!

      This too shall and will pass. If you need to feel something, go right on ahead and feel it. happy Don't stuff it in worries that anyone else wont 'like' how you're feeling. Nevermind them.
      You have to take care of you, and sometimes, letting out some pain or sadness is part of that, which is OK last time I checked. You‘re human.
      Know that you have tons of support here and that you WILL feel better again soon. :D
      Be good to yourself.
      Hugs and prayers comin your way!




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      Frannie1964 wrote Oct 27, 2010
    • Angel..I have so been there too. I know that too well. My hubby would say the same thing. But I know he meant well. I would call him from my job crying over the phone.

      I hope this passes and you have us here to vent too. Don’t keep it built up inside.heart




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      Princessleah wrote Oct 28, 2010
    • Hormones......they will drive you crazy. There are days when I just cry and I think my life is terrible and then I wake up the next day and think life is great. My husband just gives me a hug when I need one and I just cry it out, he doesn’t understand why I cry sometimes but I just tell him to let me cry and he does. After a good cry, I feel much better.




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      Bernardina ["Bernie"] Kimmerle wrote Oct 29, 2010
    • Perhaps its hormones... perhaps it is stress... perhaps there are days when we just have to cry.

      Happened to me too - at work - when I started to tear up, I just calmly rose up from the meeting and went into the bathroom and bawled my eyes out.

      Put on fresh lipstick, powdered my nose and started over.

      After work, I cried again in the car....

      I agree - this too shall pass- - but it’s better to let it out than let it build up inside you.

      What helped me - was walking my dogs or just walking.... planting stuff in the garden...

      or writing on a diary.




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