From laughter to tears in less than a minute

5 Jan

From laughter to tears in less than a minute and other late night ramblings.

Sometimes I wonder how I come off but am afraid to ask because maybe I don’t want the answer.  I try to maintain a level of standards that no one knows about and therefor no one really cares about.  My emotion trapping has gotten so good that I can let some tears sneak out on a 20 minute drive and be smiling when I return home. (Just in case somebody’s up, though I know no one will be.)  Family is the hair trigger and I don’t know why and that bothers me even more.  I’ll write more about this but feel the need to password protect it, ask for the password if you don’t have it already.

Daddy’s little girl

5 Responses to “From laughter to tears in less than a minute”

  1. rozaliadame January 5, 2015 at 6:01 AM #

    Family is a hair trigger for many people. They are the people we love the most (usually) and care about what they think of us the most. If we are the right amount of closeness with our family, it’s impossible to hide things from them, when they’re the ones we want to keep things from the most.
    Maybe it wouldn’t be so bad to show them a bit more?

    • mm172001 January 7, 2015 at 5:36 PM #

      I wouldn’t say I love my family the most but I do care what they think about me. I have learned not to show them what is going on because then they use it later to manipulate me. My trouble is there are people I know who care about me and I don’t show what’s going on because I’m afraid of the reaction I might get.

      • rozaliadame January 8, 2015 at 9:18 AM #

        That’s too bad about your family hun =(
        But, for your own comfort, you should try telling one of the friends that care about you about how you feel.
        One step at a time, find a means of easing into it.

  2. manyofus1980 January 17, 2015 at 11:30 AM #

    When I read what you have written in the passworded posts I’ll give you some feedback. I’m sorry you were so emotional. XX

    • mm172001 January 18, 2015 at 5:58 PM #

      Ok thanks, I always love feedback

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