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MaryElizabeth 05-22-2012 03:41 PM

Anxious, annoyed
 
I'm afraid that someday, I'll end up like my siblings, shouting at my parents and getting them angry. I don't want to be like that.

Why do my siblings have to be such teenagers? They never listen to my parents, and they're always moping.

TheAshWolf 05-22-2012 06:05 PM

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Originally Posted by MaryElizabeth (Post 289216)
I'm afraid that someday, I'll end up like my siblings, shouting at my parents and getting them angry. I don't want to be like that.

Why do my siblings have to be such teenagers? They never listen to my parents, and they're always moping.

I'm 14, nearly 15, and I've never been like that with my father. ^_^Just keep reminding yourself you don't want to turn out like that. It's hard sometimes--hormones totally scramble your brain--but if you just keep at it, you don't have to be a typical teenage brat.

MaryElizabeth 05-22-2012 06:30 PM

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Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 289236)
I'm 14, nearly 15, and I've never been like that with my father. ^_^Just keep reminding yourself you don't want to turn out like that. It's hard sometimes--hormones totally scramble your brain--but if you just keep at it, you don't have to be a typical teenage brat.

:^] Thanks.

camikat 05-22-2012 09:05 PM

Reeeaaalllyyy mad at my brain ._.
 
I. Hate. My. Brain.
I'm really sensative, often for no reason. I burst into hysterics at the littlest things, and often cry when I'm just slightly frustrated. It's REALLY embarrassing, because I do it in public a lot.
And it's not that I want to do it, sometimes - I try to force the tears back, but they just flow. Sometimes, they just come without warning, at the tinyest things.
Today I was sobbing because my dad was trying to give me math lesson...I was just frustrated at him, but my brain went emotional-mode and the waterworks started...yeeaahhh... ._.
I'm also emotional in other ways, too...I'm the grouchiest person in my friend group.
I'm wondering if you guys had any advice to not cry as much. I've tried convincing myself the little thing I'm crying over doesn't matter, and it works, but I still cry. >.> Help? Please? D:

Rockshadow 05-22-2012 09:26 PM

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Originally Posted by camikat (Post 289250)
I. Hate. My. Brain.
I'm really sensative, often for no reason. I burst into hysterics at the littlest things, and often cry when I'm just slightly frustrated. It's REALLY embarrassing, because I do it in public a lot.
And it's not that I want to do it, sometimes - I try to force the tears back, but they just flow. Sometimes, they just come without warning, at the tinyest things.
Today I was sobbing because my dad was trying to give me math lesson...I was just frustrated at him, but my brain went emotional-mode and the waterworks started...yeeaahhh... ._.
I'm also emotional in other ways, too...I'm the grouchiest person in my friend group.
I'm wondering if you guys had any advice to not cry as much. I've tried convincing myself the little thing I'm crying over doesn't matter, and it works, but I still cry. >.> Help? Please? D:

I have that problem too. But it started when i was 12, near 13. I think it's your hormones, because they make us teens over-emotional and moody. (not all, but most)

camikat 05-22-2012 09:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Rockshadow (Post 289252)
I have that problem too. But it started when i was 12, near 13. I think it's your hormones, because they make us teens over-emotional and moody. (not all, but most)

I've cried a lot for as long as I remember, but it's gotten worse, so yeah, it's probably puberty.

nngo 05-22-2012 09:43 PM

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Originally Posted by camikat (Post 289250)
I. Hate. My. Brain.
I'm really sensative, often for no reason. I burst into hysterics at the littlest things, and often cry when I'm just slightly frustrated. It's REALLY embarrassing, because I do it in public a lot.
And it's not that I want to do it, sometimes - I try to force the tears back, but they just flow. Sometimes, they just come without warning, at the tinyest things.
Today I was sobbing because my dad was trying to give me math lesson...I was just frustrated at him, but my brain went emotional-mode and the waterworks started...yeeaahhh... ._.
I'm also emotional in other ways, too...I'm the grouchiest person in my friend group.
I'm wondering if you guys had any advice to not cry as much. I've tried convincing myself the little thing I'm crying over doesn't matter, and it works, but I still cry. >.> Help? Please? D:

I can't really remember the last time I cried, but I just noticed I cry rather easily. Like, ever since I was three or something, out of anger that I can't explain myself or that something is so ridiculous and stupid and against me.

05-22-2012 09:59 PM

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Originally Posted by camikat (Post 289250)
I. Hate. My. Brain.
I'm really sensative, often for no reason. I burst into hysterics at the littlest things, and often cry when I'm just slightly frustrated. It's REALLY embarrassing, because I do it in public a lot.
And it's not that I want to do it, sometimes - I try to force the tears back, but they just flow. Sometimes, they just come without warning, at the tinyest things.
Today I was sobbing because my dad was trying to give me math lesson...I was just frustrated at him, but my brain went emotional-mode and the waterworks started...yeeaahhh... ._.
I'm also emotional in other ways, too...I'm the grouchiest person in my friend group.
I'm wondering if you guys had any advice to not cry as much. I've tried convincing myself the little thing I'm crying over doesn't matter, and it works, but I still cry. >.> Help? Please? D:

I'm sensitive in another way. Like...I can't be in a fight with someone without apologizing, even if I don't agree with the person. I can't stand when someone doesn't like me, or when someone's mad at me, even though I know that's life and not everyone I meet will automatically like me. :/ Kinda a bad thing, but at least I'm not being rude to everyone and not caring about people's feelings like SOME people I know........okay, rant over. XD I just wanted you to know you're not alone, and while I get frustrated, I don't cry. It's probably just puberty and hormones, and when I get frustrated, throwing things that can't break easily helps. :D

camikat 05-22-2012 10:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Caleigh (Post 289258)
I'm sensitive in another way. Like...I can't be in a fight with someone without apologizing, even if I don't agree with the person. I can't stand when someone doesn't like me, or when someone's mad at me, even though I know that's life and not everyone I meet will automatically like me. :/ Kinda a bad thing, but at least I'm not being rude to everyone and not caring about people's feelings like SOME people I know........okay, rant over. XD I just wanted you to know you're not alone, and while I get frustrated, I don't cry. It's probably just puberty and hormones, and when I get frustrated, throwing things that can't break easily helps. :D

Ooh, throwing things might might help. :D

Cherrybomb 05-22-2012 10:16 PM

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Originally Posted by camikat (Post 289250)
I. Hate. My. Brain.
I'm really sensative, often for no reason. I burst into hysterics at the littlest things, and often cry when I'm just slightly frustrated. It's REALLY embarrassing, because I do it in public a lot.
And it's not that I want to do it, sometimes - I try to force the tears back, but they just flow. Sometimes, they just come without warning, at the tinyest things.
Today I was sobbing because my dad was trying to give me math lesson...I was just frustrated at him, but my brain went emotional-mode and the waterworks started...yeeaahhh... ._.
I'm also emotional in other ways, too...I'm the grouchiest person in my friend group.
I'm wondering if you guys had any advice to not cry as much. I've tried convincing myself the little thing I'm crying over doesn't matter, and it works, but I still cry. >.> Help? Please? D:

I used to cry a lot over the simplest things as well. XD Every time I would just think, "Well, it's better to let it all out instead of bottling the tears up." :P I kinda stopped overreacting after that.
I also bite my lip/tongue/cheek(anything that no one can notice me biting) to tell myself not to cry or theirs going to be pain ahead. XD Doesn't really work.
I cry with my moms math lessons all the time -_-


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