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Day 30 - Anger


Friday, February 07, 2014



Yesterday wasn't a very good day, my husband & I had a little tiff. Ever since he retired, he keeps finding everything wrong - house is never clean enough & I never seem to do anything right! To keep from it getting worse yesterday, I just decided I had better shut my mouth so I didn't say something I would be sorry for. I was both angry & hurt. I take everything he says at heart & it ends up making me say & do stupid things. What I did figure out this morning was as a result of being angry; I never finished doing my spark points & not eating right. So I need to learn how to not let the little things bother me. These are his problems not mine; I have enough of my own. My goal today is to just do what I need to do & not let what he says or do bother me. He forgets I work two jobs this time of year; I'm working both during the day & evening. No time left over!



So today I will try to forgive & forget!

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BELTONWALKER67 2/9/2014 8:54AM

    Cabin fever is hard on everyone and with the weather we have endured the past few weeks I think people get testy when their routines are interrupted. One day at a time. Hope your new day is better. emoticon

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FISHINGLADY66 2/8/2014 8:35PM

    Hang in there. I know what you mean. Tempers get a little strong when the weather is bad also. We can do this. I love the pics. Thanks.

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JANETTEB553 2/7/2014 11:43PM

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MARIANNMC 2/7/2014 10:30PM

    Your blog title caught my attention -- because this happens to me, too! I take everything my husband says and does (or doesn't say and do) very personally. And it makes me want to eat-eat-eat and/or veg out in front of the tv. But my angry words don't help me or us (or him). So, I'm trying to learn new ways. It's hard. But I have hope. THANKS for your honest sharing. Let's keep one another in prayer!

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KMVBBAM 2/7/2014 10:15PM

    The first step is recognizing the problem of why you stopped tracking and such and you did that... emoticon !

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SABLENESS 2/7/2014 7:33PM

    BIGRODKC, emoticon emoticon KATIBUG49, emoticon emoticon

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BIGRODKC 2/7/2014 12:17PM

    This happens around our house once in a while too, and I wish I had one of these to de-stress with emoticon

I know that a lot of our tiffs are due to our interpretation skills, I often think my wife means something, but usually I'm wrong. Unfortunately the same think happens to me and I don't track as well for the day and I want to eat everything in sight. You can't dwell on missed opportunities from yesterday, but keep moving on and strive to do your best today.

“There are two days in the year that you cannot do anything: YESTERDAY & TOMORROW: Only TODAY you can Be Happy, Smile, Dream, Love, Feel, & Be Thankful…”
― Pablo


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