As well...yesterday my sister asked me to tell my Dad something - well, I forgot to do that too and she actually reprimanded me. I told her I didn't deserve that - it was not intentional and I truly forgot. And besides...she could have told him herself!
Well, I guess between her reaction and then him wanting me to "validate his frustration" over the bag, I blew up at him (away from the kids). But when I blow, I usually bring the A back into it. I KNOW that is wrong. I KNOW I need not dredge the A into every single arguement we have but I seem to unravel quickly and when I do I can't help but scream that if he didn't F around then I wouldn't be losing my cool. I can't seem to stick to the topic at hand w/o going "there".
I even called him a mo-fo.
If you can offer some advice, I will take it!
I, too, have had memory trouble since DD.
I, too, have said very bad things to my wife.
How does your husband respond to your rage?
I do feel I am going crazy.
This site is helping me from getting crazy.
God be with you.
D-Day, June 10, 2012
His IC told him that at some point he will start to "resent" my anger if he is doing everything "right" and I still get angry....but now is probably not the time.
Oh - ya think?!
So you do it one day at a time until you can't...and on that day you know. If that day never comes the doubt and questions fade and eventually become replaced with strength and conviction.
1. Lack of sleep
2. Sugar and carbs
3. Hormonal issues, which is why pregnant women complain of foggy thinking, and it's a monster problem during peri-menopause.