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Holidays Are Tough - Feeling Sorry For Myself

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I just keep thinking how I would be walking down the beach crying thinking "It's not the fact that they did, it's the fact that I can't!" I don't really get bothered by people eating gluten in front of me (as long as they aren't flaunting it in front of my face to be funny) but I do get depressed when all I can think is that I can't eat it anymore.

As far as the birthday cake goes... I think I would have thrown a tantrum and left! Why bother to throw a b-day party for you if it's going to be about everyone else?! Especially if they were friends and family! I would prefer some consideration on my b-day instead of a party or presents...

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