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What is a sure way that you’ll have a complete meldown?
It never happens in the presence of others — because I leave the room if something is getting too heavy. The only thing that ever happens in public is that I will cry at something that touches my emotions.
My Gramma wept that way. I knew, when my dad would tell my mother that his mother was “pouring.”
I do weep at emotional times (happy or sad or just moving), but a meltdown? I don’t know what might cause me to do that.
I don’t have complete melt downs. I am always in control, even in the face of crushing tragedy.
When my husband asks me a question and then debates me in the middle of my answer before I’ve even finished. That drives me INSANE.
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