I get ragey when stressed. this includes swearing and shouting and maybe throwing/breaking/kicking inanimate objects. I really need to learn to reign it in as adult tantrums are the least attractive thing ever!
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30-12-2015 13:10 #11
30-12-2015 13:17 #12Senior Member
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In a past life definitely smoke cigarettes and drink wine.
These days just the wine. But I'm breastfeeding so wine has to wait til after DD is in bed for the night and sleeping well.
I get angry and have a short fuse when stressed. Definitely not a stress eater (go the opposite way). I am ashamed to admit I'll often take it out on DH. He's a good dude and he'll take a lot before telling me to pull my head in. I haven't found a good stress reliever really. I know a lot of people swear by practicing mindfulness. Sometimes I do just take myself away for a few minutes and take deep breaths. Or cry.
Wish I could be calmer and more patient and not lose my cool. Been doing it a lot lately (blaming exhaustion from DD not sleeping) and I know I'm going to have a toddler who shouts and yells when frustrated and that'll be all my fault.
30-12-2015 15:09 #13
30-12-2015 15:43 #14
Yell first. Then wine with dh and my bestie.
30-12-2015 15:59 #15
Yell, cry, sit in a hot shower and cry, listen to music, curl up in a ball on the bed, binge on chocolate, clean.
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30-12-2015 17:01 #16
Bake and then eat that. I'm a compulsive eater when stressed.
30-12-2015 17:44 #17
30-12-2015 17:54 #18Senior Member
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I cry in the shower
30-12-2015 18:14 #19
Call my mum and have a gigantic whinge.
30-12-2015 18:15 #20
I drink and sweep things under the carpet ... Very unhealthy on both accounts.
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