Crankiness anyone?

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  1. awwwdreyawww

    awwwdreyawww New Member

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    I really think that dieting and running has taken a toll on my overall demeanor. I notice this the most at work. I'm always tired and not as bubbly as I used to be. Is this happening to any of you guys, or do you think it's all in my head? :hs:
     
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    ive almost cried three times today and i feel sorry for the first person to say something even remotetly smart ass to me because i will snap and go off on them. i've already told everyone around me, but i bet my mom just wont be able to help herself and end up being the first person to smart off
     
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    You guys need some prozac or something. Seriously I have a female friend that takes it once a month :mamoru:
     
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    if i get tons of good rest, i feel absolutely great. (not cranky) but still a bit drained from being in a calorie deficit.

    its hard especially b/c i'm a senior in hs...school from 7am-2pm, work from 2:30-7:30, then dinner and workout + cardio at gym from 8:30-10:30 including ride there and back, and then some hw...its tough.

    i'm actually staying home today so i can get good rest. i was runnin on 3 hours of sleep today.

    it doesn't help that i dont have a day to sleep in during the week either...never get a chance to catch up on sleep. working out/cardio 4-5 days a week, school & work from monday - friday, church on friday night, saturdays at 7am, and sunday morning, then the cycle repeats itself.
     
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    hip hippo Eric Berry, son.

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    Just normal women emotions. :noes:
     
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    ive noticed that i tend to get pissed off at the slightest things a lot more
     
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    Atenza6i New Member

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    watching the UFC makes me feel more aggressive than cutting or working out ever would.

    i tried an armbar on my 12 year old brother. :big grin:
     
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    no it should make you feel the opposite, more energetic, feel better about yourself.
     
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    not for me :hs: i very rarely get this way.
     
  10. Grouch

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    Dieting hasn't really giving me mood swings or anything.

    FUCK YOU!!!!!
     
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