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Member Since 02 Jul 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 11 2012 09:30 AM

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So Frustrated...

10 July 2012 - 02:00 PM

My boyfriends family decided they want to have us over for dinner again. Most of the time when we go I bring my own food an I cook mine before everyone starts to cook theirs. Sometimes I get sick from CC and sometimes I don't. Lately I have been. So this time his brother (whom we don't see that often) wants to have us over and wants to buy all the dinner so I'm not supposed to bring anything. This is thoughtful. So when he asks my BF what he should get I went with the safe grilled chicken and some baked French fries. My BF goes through all the trouble to tell his brother to clean the grill well and to wash everything first. But when I asked what they would be seasoning the chicken with my BF said 'I don't know' and when I asked if he could tell his brother to make sure it's gluten free seasoning he replied 'he doesn't read labels and shit' and when I said that didn't work out very well for me he said that it shouldn't matter because I usually get sick when I eat at his familys place anyway. Then he suggested that I make potato salad as a side and just eat that for dinner if I'm so worried about it. AM I BEING CRAZY? I mean seriously am I being OCD or something? I don't feel like I am. I don't want to tell him that I don't want to go to his family functions because then his family is not going to like me very much. Anyone got anything I can say besides the obvious that gets my point across that will keep me from sounded like a crazy person?

Retail And Gluten

08 July 2012 - 10:26 AM

As if it's not bad enough that I got sick I'm extremely irritable, I work a long day today at my retail job and it's Sunday which means that all the church people are coming in. I'm not sure if they are nice in your areas, but in mine they are rude and demanding and disrespectful. It's days like this that I hate and thanks to celiac I'm having an awful day. Any words of encouragement?

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