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  1. Libby, I agree with you that the mood shifts come on quickly and without notice. I find myself saying things that I don't realize I'm saying. I have to say I don't snack. I don't eat much at all. Usually just tea for breakfast and then some dinner. It seems like nothing tastes like food anymore. Maybe I'm just tired of eating the same things over and over. Cuz what I really want is a Big Mac!!! I'm going to try and do the snack thing and see if it helps even things out. Don't get me wrong, my boyfriend is great about working around the whole celiac thing, but he's getting pretty tired of living with Dr. Jekyl and Ms. Hyde.
  2. Hi everybody. I was diagnosed about 2 1/2 years ago and it's been a constant struggle ever since to stay gluten free. I used to be on the message boards every day but have been lax about it lately. But I've been having more problems than usual lately and wanted to see if anyone would share if they're having the same problems. Which is horrible mood swings. I go from being overly jealous over anyone not having celiac disease, to being angry at my boyfriend for no reason at all. It's starting to effect my relationship and I'm sick of it. Does anyone else out there have uncontrolable and frequent mood swings? If you are willing to share some experiences it would help a lot. I'm glad I'm back. I"ll check in a couple of days to see what anyone has to say.