Effing Emotions !!

There are days and there are Days... the crazy god forsaken Godzilla days when the hormones makes a King Kong out of a normal life-loving girl. One moment you would be smiling, relishing on fish and chips, the other you turn into a Texas chainsaw massacre monster, hunting for chocolates, while the poor husband sits in a corner, waiting for the tornado to pass over.





I blame all my mood swings on Hormones... those bhloody things for no apparent reason presents an illusion of utter sorrow and depression. Makes me cower inside a blanket, and munch on a single bite of chocolate for hours, which I buy because they look nice. And I don't even like chocolates.

On such dramatic days, before I drive myself and the poor baffled husband to madness, I end up calling the helpline number, which is always my Sister. Last time when she picked up the call, her mouth was stuffed with chicken momos, because she was high... on the mood swing. But yesterday it seems she was cheering another sad soul - her roommate, who had rendered the whole building deaf by playing continuous renditions of Opera songs - day and night. Ahh it spreads you see, Zombies aren't far away.




On such imbalanced days I embark on a journey to find the answer to life, universe and everything. With sad and tragical philosophies, I fantasize about death, because it is the sole truth that ever existed. 

The husband has learnt that these are not the best time to ask for Egg-Burji or Tea or anything in general. 

Yeah, the hormones are getting on my head. I better stop writing.

Do you have such erratic unreasonable days?

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29 comments:

  1. ALL Mondays are this way for me :/ I kid you not.
    But grit your teeth and ride the wave, when you land, the sands are soft and the sun is just the right amount of bright :) hope you feel better soon!

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    1. some of my Sundays are like these ... hormones take control :P

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  2. Thankfully, such mood swings dont come my way frequently or so I'd like to believe :D

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    1. hahaha I should start believing too :D

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  3. Battling PCOD since four years, mood swings are a part of my life now. My poor husband had now understood all of it.

    Blessed we are to have men who help us get past it. Don't you think? :)

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    1. I am so glad your husband understand :) true we are blessed :)

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  4. Ah mood swings! Dreadful when down, unsurpassable when up. A head stand? Let the blood run contra naturam? Thanks for acknowledging those dark days. Chocolate - a bit - always helps me.

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    1. true, a headstand does work like a charm :D

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  5. A daringly beautiful post on Monday.
    Cheerz

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  6. Yes, I used to more so when I was menstruating and/or when angry at work. ;) And a heating pad or hot water bottle and chocolate helped! ;) Hope you feel better soon and are back to your normal self! <3

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    1. thank you Elly :) Felt a lot better the next day :)

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  7. Oh boy! You had a worse case of the hormones than I did!
    In my case, it just turned out that I had to reduce my thyroid medication slightly.

    It was good to hear about your helpline - your sister. My sister is another story! She apparently knows intuitively that I'm not in the best of moods to talk, so she happens to get too busy that day to call!

    Poor Dad. He's still learning how to keep away from "danger" during these hormonal imbalances.

    And death is the sole truth of existence? Really? You need to elaborate on that please. I'm curious to know your thought process behind this.

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    1. hhahaha I sympathise with your dad, but i am sure he is very sweet :)
      Oh that's something I believe during such emotional phases. Everything in the world in inconsistent except for death. It's permanent :)

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  8. I hear you, sister. My mood swings have been all over the place and I like to blame it on my hormones too. Days like those, I hate company.

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  9. I hear you, sister. My mood swings have been all over the place and I like to blame it on my hormones too. Days like those, I hate company.

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  10. Oh! You relax..some mood swings here and there are part of the game..
    Try meditation :) :)

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    1. thank you Parul :) this mood swing game is becoming bad with age :P

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  11. Yes, I know those days! Seriously I just want salt and more salt. It drives my hubby nuts as I want to eat a lot of unhealthy junk then. :D

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    1. hahaha poor hubby ... they have to deal with so much :P

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  12. I feel it when I about to have my Saturday siesta and someone turns up...

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  13. Wait till you get to my age, we'll talk mood swings then, kiddo :)

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    1. hahahaha :D :D I hope it doesn't get any worse :P

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  14. I think we all have days like this! I always feel better after having a vent and I hope writing this post felt that way for you :)
    Popping by on the A to Z Road Trip
    Debbie
    www.myrandommusings.blogspot.com

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