I really do try to be a positive and upbeat person. I know there are people out there who are worse off than me and so I feel like I shouldn't complain--it's just how I was raised; I even have a really difficult time talking about myself and how I truly feel because I was taught that others should always come first in order to put my life in perspective. I know all the happy cliches of society--look on the bright side, just smile and you'll instantly feel better, joy joy joy--but sometimes the reality of what's happening just overwhelms. With another doctor appt looming over me, I'm having a really hard time staying cheerful about what's happened and what might happen (see off topic post). To top it off, we move in about six weeks back to Texas and that has me stressed even more. I had a really bad night last night, didn't get to sleep till 3:30am, had to wake up early for my son's speech therapy only to get a phone call that the therapist called in sick, I'm having bad pains, and the only thing my son wants to do is watch Disney's Alice in Wonderland repeatedly (and when I'm having bad days, those little things can become big annoyances if I'm not careful). Just typing this out has helped a bit, but if I'm truly being honest, I really just want to throw a temper tantrum. My gosh! I'm in a mood...
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