my first post* Ordinarily I am an upbeat, happy person that (I think) people like to be around. Or maybe I should say that is the kind of person I strive to project...that being said, the last 3 days I've felt angry, anxious, even hostile, and I'm not sure why. I've tried to 'fake' it and act like nothings wrong, but that plan failed epically last night. It was all I could do to get thru work without crying, (I cried) . I felt like I was going crazy, even asked my husband if he thought I should be hospitalized! I drank too much, which I don't like to do, this morning I have a touch of a hangover, but I feel a little better! I don't know where the mood swing came from, but I'd like to know how to keep any more away! I'm 50, (OMG!) have not been through menopause, my life is not super great but I am grateful for what I do have. Any thoughts??View Thread
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