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Old 02-11-2010, 02:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I was just reading another forum, and there was a thread about how being a vegan is just "dumb". I'm not actually a vegan, only a vegetarian, but I found myself getting quite angry and upset. I mean I don't even know these people, and what they think doesn't really affect me. Do you get upset over little things like this?
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Yes! Constantly, I actually kind of feel like it's one of my bigger issues that I need to correct.
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Never. I may be the most laid back person ever. Someone could insult me to my face and it wouldn't bother me at all. I've never cared what others actually think.
I just get too exhausted to care that much.
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I do, I have a mild anger problem. The more I'm holding my emotions inside, the worse my potential anger outbursts can be. I once broke a windshield with my fist cause the pen I was trying to use was out of ink . Thankfully, I've dealt with most of those issues.
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I do, I have a mild anger problem. The more I'm holding my emotions inside, the worse my potential anger outbursts can be. I once broke a windshield with my fist cause the pen I was trying to use was out of ink . Thankfully, I've dealt with most of those issues.

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I think Im a patient person and I dont really have anger problems, but I can be frustrated easily if I feel overwhelmed by a situation. Actually I have been known to send a canvas or two flying.
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I think Im a patient person and I dont really have anger problems, but I can be frustrated easily if I feel overwhelmed by a situation. Actually I have been known to send a canvas or two flying.
Lol right back at ya canvas thrower
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I get angry over the stupidest, smallest things.
I get upset when my boyfriend tells me he's done something fun, when someone disagrees with my music/movie choice, etc. Sometimes I just get angry and I don't even know why.
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yep. like if i feel like someone was staring at me, i instantly hate the person for "judging" me. or if i fumble with my words i feel like crying. or, unrelated to SA, if someone says something, i say what?, and they say "nevermind". that makes me really mad for some reason lol
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unrelated to SA, if someone says something, i say what?, and they say "nevermind". that makes me really mad for some reason lol
I hate when that happens! So I don't always hear things the first time they're said! Am I now unworthy of this information by having asked you to repeat it?? Did I fail the test!? Haha, I really don't understand that
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