Nope, I don't.
DH is a huge worrier. If we're tight on money, or the computer doesn't work, or even if the button on the microwave sticks...he loses it. He gets stressed over incredibly minimal things. He's on medication to deal with it.
I tend not to stress at all. I guess I just think, what will worrying get me? Will it solve the problem? If not, I don't give it a second thought.
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09-07-2012 19:07 #41
09-07-2012 19:19 #42
Yep I'm a big stress head. It runs in my family - it's how I was raised. I'm actually the most chilled out person in my family by far - but I'm a control freak and a stress head. I've found motherhood difficult to adjust to because of this.
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