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Old 28-02-11, 07:31 AM   #1
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Default Anyone got over-active emotions?

When watching TV, I really follow the mood.
I mean, I rarely cry but a sad scene will keep me down for a while, a happy seen will make me smile and a funny scene will have me laughing for weeks. >_<

Anyone the same?
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Old 28-02-11, 03:58 PM   #2
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Default Re: Anyone got over-active emotions?

Me, Tommy...I wear my emotions on my sleeve, too. All my friends jockey to NOT sit next to me in movies, esp. if it's a tear jerker. My friends affectionately refer to me as the cry baby...

Being emotionally aware is a good thing, but being in control of it is important. I suppose I have a ways to go in movie theatres and such, but at least I understand what's going on inside, which I think makes me a more rounded person, if also the butt of some jokes.
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Default Re: Anyone got over-active emotions?

omg i hate it!!! i get it all the time!!! well, being pregnant, it is a bit worse with mood swings and whatnot. but when i was not pregnant, i used to get upset/sad when it was a sad part of a movie or show. right now, if there is someone crying on the tv, i will cry!!!!
makes me feel stupid when people are around and they are all like "are you ok?!?!?!" my bf laughs at me sometimes.
i cannot watch shows like Extreme Home Makeover. i cry big time. i watched The Notebook last week, all i did was cry!!!
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