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Old 11-29-2012, 05:29 AM   #311
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Something I'm discovering...
A person chooses to be happy or unhappy. A happy person is much easier to get along with.

Except maybe mobile marine. Still, he seems optimistic. I think I would just have myself committed and claim I'm crazy if I had his luck.

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Something I'm discovering...
A person chooses to be happy or unhappy. A happy person is much easier to get along with.

Except maybe mobile marine. Still, he seems optimistic. I think I would just have myself committed and claim I'm crazy if I had his luck.
^^^^^^The first paragraph.
My wife does things that she knows pi$$es me off to the point I wanna break drywall with my forehead. Imo, she subconsciously creates soap opera drama that makes her feel at home. Translation: more gray hair and a weaker liver for me.
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^^^^^^The first paragraph.
My wife does things that she knows pi$$es me off to the point I wanna break drywall with my forehead. Imo, she subconsciously creates soap opera drama that makes her feel at home. Translation: more gray hair and a weaker liver for me.
Word to the wise from experience-fixing the drywall will give you a bigger headache than using your head to make said hole.
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Word to the wise from experience-fixing the drywall will give you a bigger headache than using your head to make said hole.
If I were to put her head into the drywall, they would take my guns away. Choices...
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If I were to put her head into the drywall, they would take my guns away. Choices...
I didn't say putting HER head through it-i put my OWN head through a wall. Admittedly it was better than head butting my aunt......but not much
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I didn't say putting HER head through it-i put my OWN head through a wall. Admittedly it was better than head butting my aunt......but not much
From a societal standpoint, it was better. But which would have really felt better...lol
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From a societal standpoint, it was better. But which would have really felt better...lol
Breaking her face would have of course-i settled on stuffing her head first in the big trash dumpster outside.....after I calmed down some that is.
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I rent so I don't have any issues NEXT

"If it Floats, Flies, has wheels, or F%$#$ IT"S CHEAPER TO RENT !

Thats the best advice I ever got in my life

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All I can say is my home is a no drama zone and it will ALWAYS be one.

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He will fall asleep watching TV at 6:00 and then expect to play video games all night. If you can't stay awake during "my time", you don't need to be up playing video games......you obviously need to go to bed early.
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Some people's sleep needs and cycles differ from others. If they cannot get the sleep they need - the way their body seems to demand it - they can suffer - healthwise.
I had a wife which was just about the opposite of your description. Awake early - but dead to the world asleep very early in the evening - then up very early.
Myself, I will often go into an extreme sleep need period early in the evening - then waken and be somewhat refreshed.
There are many cases of famous people how lived on napping - example - Winston Churchill.
My point. To try to get someone to conform to some rigid sleep routine that does not suit then can be harmful to that person. And attempting to decide what that person should sleep like is defeating - much like if someone ordered you to sleep in a different fashion than what you recognize is "best" for you.

Recognizing each person as an important person with their own important needs is very important - but is difficult for some people to accept - because control of the other person is more important to the controller.
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