I just want to vent a little, and see if discussing my problems here will hopefully help me at least a bit, i been dating my girlfriend for 8 months now and in the last 3 things have been kind off bumpy to say the least, im normally very easy going and dont take things too personal,i go woth the flow as they say usually but ive noticed that when its about gf i tend to get very angry with almost any little discussion that might come up,and i dont yell or hit them,but nothing they say or do would get me to cool off,i usually have to wait a couple of days to relax, i just wouldnt want to get like this everytome but i cant control myself,wish i could because it must be annoying for her/them in general to have me get that angry over little things, Also i get very depressed sometimes out of nowhere,i dont go out i dont do anything,i dont talk to her or anybody but my parents ,this last depression lasted 2 weeks and ended last night witb me crying for 3 hours and getting very angry at myself,most of the time this depression comes from the problems that i have with my gfView Thread
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