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  • Mr_Sleep 14 Jan 2014 01:11:10 17,097 posts
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    When I was very stressed in a job that was breaking my state of mind in every way I was relaxing in the evening with wine and it led to a cycle of crap sleep making the next day worse but the job was so horrid that it was the only way I had available to cope. It would have been much better to have a joint or two as the hangover from that is much more acceptable. Not really that healthy either way though.

    Edited by Mr_Sleep at 01:15:44 14-01-2014

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  • sirtacos 14 Jan 2014 09:36:41 7,287 posts
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    The gf and I were watching Friends for some reason. She seemed to be enjoying it. A scene causes her to laugh. All of a sudden her laughter turns into hysterical crying. Didn't last long (about a minute) and she's fine now, less than 5 minutes later.

    Needless to say, it freaked me out. She does generally have anxiety, and difficulty suppressing her emotions, and cries easily, but this was a different order of magnitude altogether.

    I asked her about it and made sure she was ok, and she said it happens to her a lot and she doesn't think much of it. Which is weird.

    Does this sound like something she should seek counselling for? Being at the mercy of unpredictable and tempestuous emotions like that doesn't sound healthy to me.

    Edited by sirtacos at 09:37:06 14-01-2014
  • nickthegun 14 Jan 2014 09:42:10 60,159 posts
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    It sounds like she was just being a woman, tbh.

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  • MrTomFTW Moderator 14 Jan 2014 09:50:30 38,355 posts
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    Maybe she's pregnant. That's how we knew to check the second time around - my wife burst into tears because she didn't know what she wanted for her tea.

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  • Load_2.0 14 Jan 2014 09:52:14 19,358 posts
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    NM.

    Edited by Load_2.0 at 09:52:36 14-01-2014
  • sirtacos 14 Jan 2014 10:25:49 7,287 posts
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    So either a) all women are insane, b) she's pregnant, or c) she has psychological issues. Yay

    Picking up a pregnancy test tomorrow.
  • kalel 14 Jan 2014 10:28:52 87,933 posts
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    Could be menopause.
  • sirtacos 14 Jan 2014 10:29:56 7,287 posts
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    Also checking her birth certificate.
  • RedSparrows 14 Jan 2014 11:38:51 22,906 posts
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    MrTomFTW wrote:
    Maybe she's pregnant. That's how we knew to check the second time around - my wife burst into tears because she didn't know what she wanted for her tea.
    Christ, my girlfriend is pregnant then, going by most mornings when choosing what to wear...
  • Bremenacht 14 Jan 2014 12:03:01 18,459 posts
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    I'm surprised no-one has recommended the usual EG therapy for GF-related issues.
  • RedSparrows 14 Jan 2014 12:12:01 22,906 posts
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    Firmly Hold Using Arms [in a lovely big hug?]
  • CosmicFuzz 14 Jan 2014 12:29:48 24,584 posts
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    Fake Humour Until The Ambulance?

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  • mrpon 14 Jan 2014 12:34:07 29,002 posts
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    Friends Has Unleased This Aneurysm?

    Give yourself 5 or gig, you're worth it.

  • CosmicFuzz 14 Jan 2014 12:35:58 24,584 posts
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    @mrpon very good!

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  • Bremenacht 14 Jan 2014 12:46:00 18,459 posts
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    Female Humours Usually Trigger Arousal
  • geeza2020 27 Jan 2014 15:40:24 1,887 posts
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    Geographic tongue. Anyone ever heard of this? Tis grim. I've had it for a few years now, and with no cure it looks like I'll have it forever. A knock-on of this means it's virtually impossible to find a woman who doesn't want to get as far away from me as possible whenever I get to know one well enough for me to risk sharing it.

    So, does anyone have any ideas on what might help cope with depression caused by this? I don't know if I should use that word as other people probably have much worse problems, but I'm struggling to even get out of bed for work these days tbh. I mean, if all I have ahead is 40 years of crushing boredom at work, and horrendous loneliness at home, what's the point?

    Probably need to give myself a slap and mtfu yes?
  • Stickman 27 Jan 2014 16:42:37 29,666 posts
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    Just turn the lights off before you go down.

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  • nickthegun 27 Jan 2014 16:46:01 60,159 posts
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    A guy in our class had it and everyone said it was because he had aids.

    But, yeah, if people with the bottom half of their bodies missing and midgets can get reasonable looking birds, im sure having a tongue that looks like its covered in a sheeps gut cant be too much of a hill to climb.

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  • Load_2.0 27 Jan 2014 16:49:02 19,358 posts
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    I had to google that, never heard of it before.

    Easy answer invest in a freezer full of red popsicles. (Ice lolly)
  • Bremenacht 27 Jan 2014 16:51:55 18,459 posts
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    Nor I. Does brushing your tongue disguise the variation?
  • Ged42 27 Jan 2014 17:14:13 7,736 posts
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    Never heard of that one before and I can see how it can make dating difficult. Have you tried hunting around the internet for some kind of support forum for the condition or failing that set one up?

    Not only could you find something that might help with the condition, but there might be some women who with the condition themselves aren't going to be fussed by you having it. According to WebMD (yes that well of truth) it is more common in women, so go get'em.
  • glaeken 27 Jan 2014 17:18:09 11,199 posts
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    @geeza2020 Have you been diagnosed with that? Just wondered as my tongue went brown and looked really disgusted but I found out it was something in my diet. It was red wine for me. Does a tongue scrapper help? That did for me though I admit what I had looks nowhere near as bad. Chewing pineapple also helped.

    Edited by glaeken at 17:23:10 27-01-2014
  • Punctum 27 Jan 2014 17:32:10 937 posts
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    geeza2020 wrote:
    Geographic tongue. Anyone ever heard of this? Tis grim. I've had it for a few years now, and with no cure it looks like I'll have it forever. A knock-on of this means it's virtually impossible to find a woman who doesn't want to get as far away from me as possible whenever I get to know one well enough for me to risk sharing it.
    If it's non contagious, why do you have to share it?

    If a girl had that condition and she didn't feel the need to disclose it, it wouldn't bother me in the slightest.
  • Trafford 27 Jan 2014 18:21:14 5,807 posts
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    .

    Edited by Trafford at 18:21:58 27-01-2014
  • Trafford 27 Jan 2014 18:24:36 5,807 posts
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    Ged42 wrote:
    Never heard of that one before and I can see how it can make dating difficult. Have you tried hunting around the internet for some kind of support forum for the condition or failing that set one up?

    Not only could you find something that might help with the condition, but there might be some women who with the condition themselves aren't going to be fussed by you having it. According to WebMD (yes that well of truth) it is more common in women, so go get'em.
    Then your tongues can meet like geographic plates.
  • Ged42 27 Jan 2014 18:59:05 7,736 posts
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    Well it's one way to make her feel like the earth moved.
  • werewolf_poo 17 Feb 2014 10:14:54 170 posts
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    Hey, made another thread here http://www.eurogamer.net/forum/thread/269500#latest-post by mistake.

    Amazing how many people suffer from this crap. Anybody been to CBT sessions?
  • drhcnip 17 Feb 2014 10:26:12 2,509 posts
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    yep

    had personcentred' then a breakdown last year followed by highdose tabs & cbt

    beinge married to a counsellor also helps....;)

    just been reading the posts on the other thread....get onto the gp. & youll either be referred for group or individual cbt depending on the cause....takes a while but worth it...

    also, while you're waiting, get the 'little workbook of cbt' from amazon....helps explain a few things and gives things to do while waiting for the appt...

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    Edited by drhcnip at 10:34:59 17-02-2014
  • itsoldsquarejaw 17 Feb 2014 10:31:46 193 posts
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    Here. It really helped. Mindfulness is a wonderful thing. I can also recommend Andy Puddiscombe's Headspace for some great non-religious (or culty) meditative techniques.

    I have GAD since I was quite young but only really managed to get it diagnosed a few years back. Triggers tend to be caffeine and stress related. Contacting my local IAPT and having CBT I realised that the techniques my therapist taught were very similar to what I found in Headspace (actually, pretty identical).

    Knowing what's wrong with you is half the battle, I found. I've had all sorts of medical tests (including an endoscopy) and have been in and out of hospital at various times in my life for extreme anxiety. Nowadays I know how to cope - panic attacks are really rare, I've dropped all my safety measures (used to carry a packet of mints around everywhere to calm me down) and although I get the occasional bout (insomnia isn't fun) I find I can cope. All the advice given in your other thread is good; take it. :)
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