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Re: Rage
« Reply #30 on: October 17, 2011, 04:43:49 pm »
Haha, my Depression is due to "Spagetti Sauce" ( Prego... Pregnancy ) hormones... and really was because I didn't have a food I was craving... Thanks though.  :laugh:


Depressed for no good reason at all. I always try to stay on the positive side of life, but sometimes its just too hard. Sometimes there's just too many factors that get to you.

Don't think about it in Positives and Negatives... Try and "Step Outside" Detached, Autopilot? If you MUST think about the things, think about them in a Clinical, maybe even Mathematical way.
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Re: Rage
« Reply #31 on: October 17, 2011, 05:08:57 pm »
Haha, my Depression is due to "Spagetti Sauce" ( Prego... Pregnancy ) hormones... and really was because I didn't have a food I was craving... Thanks though.  :laugh:


Depressed for no good reason at all. I always try to stay on the positive side of life, but sometimes its just too hard. Sometimes there's just too many factors that get to you.

Don't think about it in Positives and Negatives... Try and "Step Outside" Detached, Autopilot? If you MUST think about the things, think about them in a Clinical, maybe even Mathematical way.

Oh, dear God...is that what I have to look forward to?? :doh: (I joke, I joke!!) That's OK, true love conquers all, she lived through addict-me, I can live thru pregnant her...

Congratulations on the being pregnant Teteo! It also seems like a lot of the Monstrous community is having little monsters of there own lately... *<:)

The only way the wolf-half doesn't get included in important human decisions is IF i look at them in a clinical way, remove all emotion and instinct I call it, you know...
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Re: Rage
« Reply #32 on: October 17, 2011, 05:19:56 pm »
Hehe, thankies... and Yes. Yes you have cravings to look forward to. I have sent my wonderful fiance out to the store on numerous occasions... and with a previous child, even my friends have been subjected to leaving at 3am for something because I was genuinely upset that I didn't have it.  :-P

Other than the educated side of all this, I have personal experiences with Therianthropes and anger.
I was married to a Therianthrope of sorts, with a REALLY nasty Beast... One of my current students is having some anger issues, that have directly affected his control over his other half...
and I have taken a few Pups under my "wing" and guidance in the past ( including a former member of Monstrous ) that have had some form of control issue.

I'm no expert, and I know everyone differs... but it seems, that those with an animal half have more of a time separating the two when it comes to their emotions.
It's why, especially with anger, I suggest taking a a breath and finding a different approach to handling a situation or issue. It's the one I come back to, because it's worked with everyone I have given advice to in the past...
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« Reply #33 on: October 17, 2011, 05:22:49 pm »
I used to work at a gas station and I can promise you she's not lying. Seen many guys coming in at 3-4 am, one was looking for white chocolate Reese's.
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« Reply #34 on: October 17, 2011, 05:36:32 pm »
Hahaha, that's greatness.
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Re: Rage
« Reply #35 on: October 17, 2011, 07:55:17 pm »
I used to work at a gas station and I can promise you she's not lying. Seen many guys coming in at 3-4 am, one was looking for white chocolate Reese's.

Maybe I should postpone one of my majors...until this is over...kidding. First hormonal moment today, was 25 minutes ago, was when she was trying to parallel park in front of my parent's house and couldn't do it and started crying/cursing and I had to do it instead (Do you guys, like contact each other or something  *<:))....

Oh, and that got me wondering...since Were's are more instinctual than humans, are the hormonal moments when a female Were is pregnant even worse?

I also wanted to know that in simple terms, if me and here are both Were's, what's the probability that my son/daughter will be one too??? And if they are, what are the chances of Arctic Wolf vs Timber Wolf (both of our wolf spirits)...
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« Reply #36 on: October 17, 2011, 07:58:20 pm »
Personally, I don't think it will be worse. Pregnant wolves are about as aggressive as pregnant women, both ready to tear you apart should you make the wrong move.
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Re: Rage
« Reply #37 on: October 18, 2011, 02:54:09 am »
Ahahahaha, and its a daaamn truth :D

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Re: Rage
« Reply #38 on: October 18, 2011, 06:16:17 am »
Oh, and that got me wondering...since Were's are more instinctual than humans, are the hormonal moments when a female Were is pregnant even worse?

I also wanted to know that in simple terms, if me and here are both Were's, what's the probability that my son/daughter will be one too??? And if they are, what are the chances of Arctic Wolf vs Timber Wolf (both of our wolf spirits)...


I agree with Vicious here. Though, honestly... Normal Pregnant women might be more nasty then a Pregnant Were. Animals don't seem affected by the body and hormones changing as badly as Humans do...

I can't answer this one very well because I never really studied the "Who gets the blue eyes" portion of genetics except for the brief stuff they teach you in Grade school. But, like everything else, I'm sure it all depends on how the chromosomes match up. It's a wait and see... "Mommy" will know, instinctively... like women know they're pregnant. Or know they're going to have a girl.
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Re: Rage
« Reply #39 on: October 18, 2011, 12:29:41 pm »
Oh, and that got me wondering...since Were's are more instinctual than humans, are the hormonal moments when a female Were is pregnant even worse?

I also wanted to know that in simple terms, if me and here are both Were's, what's the probability that my son/daughter will be one too??? And if they are, what are the chances of Arctic Wolf vs Timber Wolf (both of our wolf spirits)...


I agree with Vicious here. Though, honestly... Normal Pregnant women might be more nasty then a Pregnant Were. Animals don't seem affected by the body and hormones changing as badly as Humans do...

I can't answer this one very well because I never really studied the "Who gets the blue eyes" portion of genetics except for the brief stuff they teach you in Grade school. But, like everything else, I'm sure it all depends on how the chromosomes match up. It's a wait and see... "Mommy" will know, instinctively... like women know they're pregnant. Or know they're going to have a girl.

Well then I'll love my Were Daughter, just the same, Lexie already told me today when I asked...I kind of "knew" instinctively that the baby was gonna be a were...I didn't really think the recessive gene, if there was one, would survive contact with my DNA...
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Re: Rage
« Reply #40 on: October 24, 2011, 11:41:10 pm »
Rage hu? Why didnt I see this one any sooner? lol
The more you keep pushing people away the less help you'll get towards the end. Call me arrogant, call me stubborn, beat me as bad as you want, I still wont quit and I damn sure wont back down.

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Re: Rage
« Reply #41 on: October 25, 2011, 12:46:49 pm »
Rage hu? Why didnt I see this one any sooner? lol

Do you have issues with anger as well, Nick?
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Re: Rage
« Reply #42 on: October 25, 2011, 08:57:04 pm »
Oh yeah I do, it feels good though.
The more you keep pushing people away the less help you'll get towards the end. Call me arrogant, call me stubborn, beat me as bad as you want, I still wont quit and I damn sure wont back down.