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Gosh, this is hard. I'd don't get angry that often, I'm too well medicated.
I guess it would be the week after Ethan was born, when some members of my then-pregnancy group turned on me. Some accused me of needlessly killing my baby, others thought I made the entire pregnancy up (it's an online group), and others just asked the moderators to ask me to leave because what happened to me scared them.
I will never, ever forgive these women. I was too broken at the time to fight back. All of those close to me in the group stayed by my side through Facebook, so I left the group voluntarily. I do wish I'd had the strength to say f*** you before I left, but whatever.
Yeah, the complete lack of empathy that they displayed will bite them in the butt eventually. Actually, the ringleader constantly complained about troubles with family and friends that were CLEARLY always her fault.
Rebecca, I can't believe they treated you like that! How horrible!
I very rarely get angry. I get upset or sad quite often, and I get annoyed and frustrated, but very rarely angry. The last time I think I got angry was in high school at the boy whose locker was next to mine. I don't remember what happened, but I do remember it was the only time I have ever actually wanted to punch someone (other than my brother when we were little kids).
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