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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 2:25pm

Aggression

Does anyone else feel aggressive at the moment? I'm pretty sure its down to hormones as I was the same with my last pregnancy. I feel monumentally irritated, cross and anxious for no apparent reason and am quite quick to boil over which is different to usual. Is it just me?







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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 2:42pm

Nah - I turn into a raging monster when I'm pg. I get really angry over the slightest things and will argue and remonstrate with total strangers if they pxss me off. And like you I'm usually a reasonable, patient human being.

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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 2:43pm

Sounds like preganacy hormones!! I was on the verge of tears all last week and that's the first time I've noticed being 'hormonal' at all all pregnancy! It is weird how they can seem to kick in at any random time!

Hope it passes quickly for you!

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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 2:44pm

my dh said he wants to move out 8o :D

i am a moaning cow when pg....but if he wasnt so blummin anoying and WRONG all the time we would be fine! :laugh:



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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 2:47pm

hmmm that said, DH accused me of being belligerent at the weekend as I've become quite vocal, only too ready to express my opinions & let people know how I feel if they pee'd me off! Maybe I am a little aggresive too newshy ....
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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 2:48pm

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....but if he wasnt so blummin anoying and WRONG all the time we would be fine! :


Ditto ! biggrin2
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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 3:15pm

glad its not just me then. I'm vile! My colleague just commented on it







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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 3:17pm

tell em to shut up! :D we are entitled to be grouchy!

we are fat, got indigetion, swollen ankles and lacking in the nooky department....theyd be grouchy too if the shoe was on the other foot :D



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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 3:28pm

Around the 20 week mark I told a coleague of mine to "go f*ck himself" .... :rolleyes:

In fact, for most of the 2nd tri, I was either crying or absolutely fuming .... and I don't really do angry, but EVERYTHING got on my nerves, and I couldn't stop myself from speaking out .... Like you Riv ... colleagues were commenting on it X(




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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 4:10pm

people are just pissing me off with the slightest provocation. I'm not nice, should be in quarantine. Poor DH is copping in the evenings after a long day at work of pretending not to be a cow.







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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 4:29pm

Me and my hubby had some of our worst fights during those couple of months ... funny thing was though .... I knew I was being a bitch, I just couldn't help it :rolleyes:

I'm not one for deep and meaningful chats (even with hubby), but in one moment of calm, I told him that I knew I was being horrid, and that it would pass. Best thing for him to do, was to stay out of my way ...

He once came home from work, and I had a go at him over nothing .... he started having a go back, and said that he didn't want to 'let me get away with it' in case I got used to it and carried on treatin him that way after the babies were born ...

I believe I ripped one of his testicles off and made him eat it ....




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Wednesday, August 8th 2007, 4:32pm

lmao



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Friday, August 10th 2007, 12:25pm

Yesterday after being collected from work by DH I shrieked at him for a solid 45 minutes about how much of a mummies boy he is :whoops: I whipped myself into a dreadful frenzy. Just awful behaviour. terrible.







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Friday, August 10th 2007, 12:27pm

He could always go cry to his mummy if he doesn't like it ;)




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Friday, August 10th 2007, 12:31pm

ha ha! Yes I think I probably said that to him actually.

He's a brilliant DH to tell you the truth but arrrrrggggghhh what is it with boys and their bloody mummies?

All I wanted him to do was ring her and ask if she minded bringing Plum to ours on this one occasion instead of us having to trek over to them as I was knackered and wanted to go straight home. By the end of the row I didn't even give a toss what her answer would've been - I just wanted to know that he would make that call for me! But he bloody didn't you know. I made him pay though. He realised the error of his ways.







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Friday, August 10th 2007, 5:22pm

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Originally posted by Rivka
He's a brilliant DH to tell you the truth but arrrrrggggghhh what is it with boys and their bloody mummies?



Ah yes, the umbilical cord is still attached to my DH and his mum at 34 years old!





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Friday, August 10th 2007, 6:04pm

Rivka my temper can be switch on and off like a light at the mo, DH gets it every time ........he just annoys the crap out of me! He doesn't always of course but during one of my rages I am convinced it is his fault :(

He does do annoying things though, like takes out the rubbish (after I have asked him 14 times :rolleyes: ) and doesn't replace the bin with a new bag?! arrrggghhhh

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Friday, August 10th 2007, 7:45pm

Just remembered Mrs J has been witness to a small slice of my temper this week when I wee idiot ran into the road in front of us and was close to going OUT OF MY MIND with rage and shouted out of the window in a Hyacinth Bucket voice "you stupid, stupid boy" :rolleyes:







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Friday, August 10th 2007, 9:06pm

I was terrified! newshy





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Saturday, August 11th 2007, 9:00am

lmao







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Saturday, August 11th 2007, 9:47am

lmao Its that red hair don't you know!!

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Monday, August 13th 2007, 1:52pm

You're definitely no alone. Dh has advised my brother not to visit until I 'get over being a bitch'. Sometimes I'm so nasty to him, I can't believe some things are coming out of my mouth.
Needless to say, social gatherings in the evenings have been a strict no no.

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