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Member Since 06 Dec 2009
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#659152 Major Meltdown Yesterday

Posted by on 08 December 2010 - 09:15 AM

I had a meltdown yesterday at work also. A co worker decided to order pizza for the office and totally left me out. I cried on and off the rest of the day and thought why oh why isnt there a Group like AA for us Celiac's as I so needed to talk to someone who understands what I am going through.
I didn't call my hubby because I feel the same way you do on him getting tired of listening to my new world and fears, although he says he is not tired of it and is always here for me...guess I just feel guilty to always talk about what is going on with me.
If it wasnt for this site I think I would have been put away by now...thanks for sharing your story it sure helps!
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#636558 Upset

Posted by on 02 September 2010 - 03:58 PM

Thanks you all, I feel alot better now. I was embarassed for getting so upset but you all have made me feel its ok for me to have my moments and I am glad to hear it gets easier because I am determined to stay gluten-free and well no matter what!

(((hugs))) to all of you!
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#636553 Upset

Posted by on 02 September 2010 - 03:44 PM

Wow thanks for telling me I didn't know that. I just assumed it was unsafe altogether.
Wondering now if I should let them know so I am not always left out????
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#636548 Upset

Posted by on 02 September 2010 - 03:18 PM

Ok so I thought I was coping with being left out of office treats. I have been doing so well when they bring in lunch for the whole office and I sit eating my own safe food or when the cookies and donuts come in I have made sure I have a gluten-free snack. But for some reason today when DairyQueen Blizzards were bought for everyone in the office but me, I lost it, I had to go into the bathroom so no one would see my cry and then I went outside and sat down and text my husband how I was feeling. It really hurt alot and it bothered me that I was acting like a big baby...I sure hope this doesn't happen again.

One good thing did come out of it, my husband called me and he is going to the store to get some gluten-free ice cream for me and is making my a banana split when I get home! I don't know what I would do without his support.

Thanks for listening, this was the only place I knew was safe to let out my feelings.
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