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anyone else have experience with being unable to control their emotions?

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posted on Feb, 15 2014 @ 09:55 PM
reply to post by boncho

Hi, thanks.

Right now, unless he clears those debts I'm holding onto his biggest property with a certificate of pending litigation and I will have that to satisfy the banks. I have full documentation of the biggest debt. It's just all circumstantial though. The other one involving the cheating is so long ago I don't. At that time I think he was just starting to make the big money and using our house and my joint name was a way to further his career and get his business loans or whatever. So I do have a lawyer working on this. I keep tabs on it and demand updates. I went to one bank & put a cap on the biggest debt to stop him from raising into a higher amount. She said too bad, you signed it.

I have that document showing I signed it but the bank signature is not signed. I figure they got me to sign two copies that day and gave me the dummy one. The little pink tabs are in that paper where they go thru which papers you are signing.

If this doesn't get resolved I will pursue going after the banks or what you suggested.

In the meantime, you're right a resolution will let me be able to move past this. I'm being the strongest I've ever been in my life despite being at my weakest point. I'm a fighter. I think before I was just docile, not paying attention. Too trusting,

posted on Feb, 15 2014 @ 10:46 PM
I have a hard time with using words in a very cutting manner. When I am hurt, or feel hurt, my words can be very ugly. However,and unfortunately, this only happens with those closest to me. I know we hurt most the ones we love most,it is a sad truth.
Also, I am very sensitive to that moods and happenings of those around me. It's almost like I absorb others' emotions. It's not a good thing for me and I am trying to find a way to turn it off.

posted on Feb, 15 2014 @ 11:23 PM
Before you can control your anger you first have to understand what is causing it.

The root causes of anger are fear, frustration and hurt. Once you identify 'what you're afraid of', 'why this scares you', 'why you find this hurtful' you will have more power in controlling how you respond to a situation.

Identify your 'triggers' and you will find the cause.

posted on Apr, 9 2014 @ 04:13 AM
Hi, one of my friends was also suffering from same problem. Now he is able to come up with it.
Here is one link it may be useful for you

posted on Apr, 9 2014 @ 01:18 PM
reply to post by sstark

I need the gain control of my emotions so that I can be a good person all the time and be happy. - See more at:

Those that cannot control emotional responses such as you describe are a danger to themselves and eventually others.

This is from personal experience.

Don't ask for advice here and actually speak to someone face to face.

You can get a recommendation or a referral to speak to a mental health specialist that will be able to help you get to the bottom of this from your local doctor.

I say this because I know the pain I suffered and created for others because I had similar issues.

posted on Apr, 9 2014 @ 01:31 PM
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