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?!
Courage is not having the strength to go on; it is going on when you don't have the strength.
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.