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Old 10-10-2012, 01:38 PM   #1
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Right now I am pissed off. I feel like I could punch something, and no matter how hard I punched it it would not be hard enough. Something that I do not really want to get into is upsetting me and it just is not stopping. I just feel like I can not win. Why I even try on things like this just makes me wonder. Ever had one of those days or weeks where nothing you say is right?
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Yea, I've been there. There are times when I come home and nothing I say to my wife is the right thing to say. I say it wrong, it's taken the wrong way, I use the wrong tone, something. Sometimes I just say something stupid. Those situations can easily escalate into all kinds of bigger problems--saying something you really regret, yelling, things get broken, etc.

We all overreact sometimes. I've been there too many times to count.

If your problem is happening in the house, it's especially hard b/c the home is usually our place of refuge--where we unwind and relax.
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Right now I am pissed off. I feel like I could punch something, and no matter how hard I punched it it would not be hard enough. Something that I do not really want to get into is upsetting me and it just is not stopping. I just feel like I can not win. Why I even try on things like this just makes me wonder. Ever had one of those days or weeks where nothing you say is right?
If you define what the problem is maybe we could define a potential solution and remedy. Almost anyone who has been successful, has passion and heart that is so intense (people sometimes think their coo-koo), but it is this very thing which makes them:

get up an 8th time, when they have fallen 7 times.

They always get back up, and back to the drawing board, and start again.

again...

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Old 10-10-2012, 06:08 PM   #4
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We have all been there. Some days you need to take it with a grain of salt and just brush it off.
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