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Bad mood
January 25, 2003
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Sometimes I think I like to be in a bad mood, but I can't figure out why I would want to be in a bad mood. I have a theory that it is to get attention, but there are times when I am not with anyone, and I still am in a bad mood.

January 25, 2003
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Could it be the focus of your mindset at these particular times?

January 25, 2003
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A while back my son was only 3. I had gotten this glow in the dark Dildo at a ladies party- it was a gag thing. Stuck it in my dresser drawer. Well we had a power outage when I had a group of friends over playing cards. I was just learning to socialize. So I go to the cupboard to get flashlights amidst the ruckus and my son says "I know mommy" and he disappears for a bit while I'm lighting candles and comes back out with this vibrating glowing dildo! This is a true story.
Last year he was running down the hall to his room to get his turtle to show a friend of mine and turned to early at the door and ran into the wall. One could hear the THUD. I go running down the hall and he's rubbing his head and says "oh, mommy, I hurt my mind!."
One night I'm cooking tacos in the kitchen- no kids allowed when I'm frying with oil and my daughters kept saying calmly: mommy you need to come look at this and I finally responded when my oldest daughter states that "this situation requires your immediate and full attention". So I l0ok down the hall and water is spurting everywhere from the toilet all over the bathroom. My son had found a screwdriver and completely discombooberated the toilet.
Last night I was taking the kids to my friends for a few hours so I and my finace could go out. I was feeling extremely stressed and needed a break. Well we have baby rabbits, each child has one. They wanted to take momma rabbit so the babies could nurse there. Momma rabbit was in a box in the back. Not even 2 minutes into a 4 minute trip there's dead silence in the car. My fiance with his head in his hand. I Look in the rear view mirror and all children are completely motionless. What is that sound I ask? Sounded like running water. "the rabbit is peeing" my oldest says? "In the box?" I ask? Silence. "In the box?" I ask. "NO." Silence. "Where is the rabbit peeing? (they pee quarts I'm not kidding). Silence. "Where is the rabbit?" " On xxxxx's lap mommy.". "Okay, and where did the rabbit pee?" I ask. "On the floor." Of my 22 thousand, immacualtely kept mini van. "Why was the rabbit not in the box?". I ask. Silence. "She was lonely mommy" this little little voice peeps. I turn to my fiance,who is looking out the passenger side window. "honey, am I gonna make it through this one?" "I don't know, I really don't know........ I just really don't know....but I do know that rabbit pee is water soluable and we're almost there." And all I could do was laugh. Then he laughed. Then the kids laughed. And we were there!
Does this help your bad mood? I have other kid stories. Single momhood can be quite the humorous journey.

January 26, 2003
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hi free, i dont know if your kid stories helped domino, but they did help me. they made me smile, and for that i thank you! i love children, none of my own (thankfully) and do enjoy to hear of their little mishaps. so again, thank you.

January 27, 2003
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Domino,

could you explain a little more? What kind of bad mood? Angry, sad, in a huff, snappish...?

And how does it affect you - when you write that you like to be in this bad mood, does that mean that the bad mood is on the outside only and doesn't affect how you feel inside?

Can you find outside reasons for your bad mood?

I personally find, that it helps me to be annoyed sometimes. To realize that I am, and to find out why I am, and then to do something about the reason.

It took quite some time for me to learn that, though. I grew up and learned that bad moods would be a reason to be sent to my room and only come back when my mood had improved. So I didn't trust bad feelings when I had them. I had learned not to want to have them, and that no reason would be valid for being moody.

Not true. I learned that usually, when I trust my gut feelings early on (and don't let things pile up until I'm really angry, or really depressed), then I can use my bad feelings as a telltale to find problems that need to be adressed. And sometimes it just doesn't do to smile and be nice nice and all smiling. Then I will speak my mind, and try to find the right adressee to do so.

Care to tell us more?

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