ophelia 25/05/12
Last reply 5 years ago
Opening mouth before engaging brain….

I’ve always been a pretty sensitive person, but just recently I’ve found myself letting my mouth running away from me and saying stuff I later regret, subsequently upsetting people I love. I can’t decide if it’s just an emotional response to my diagnosis or is it another MS thing. Anyone got any ideas?

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Gav
5 years ago

Its because you’re a terrible person, how dare these people who love you not understand that having MS can be fucking hard sometimes?

Congratulations, you’re a normal person, people are irrational, we often say things we don’t mean, or at least my wife makes me well aware that I didn’t mean what I just said 😉 If the person you say something to that you later regret, apologise for, doesn’t understand that you will say some things occasionally you don’t mean, then perhaps they weren’t a real friend? I often say things I don’t mean looking back in hindsight, but I will go back, tail between my legs and apologise. It could be a reaction to your diagnosis, its less likely to be a symptom of your MS, but just take heart in the fact that it just makes you a person 🙂

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