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Brain C-13

by Alisa Princy (2020-02-13)

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I wasn't satisfied until he got Brain C-13 Review angry.Then I quite easily pointed the finger at my sister, I even tried to blame my mother. But he knew who was doing it. After all who is the most sadistic out of the two daughters? Me of course. I did have a good childhood, although I didn't realize it at the time. Trying to give my kids the things that I had. Well, that has proven to be difficult. I would like to be as easy going as my mother. I used to come home from school and decide that I wanted to make cookies. So I would, no hassles. Then we would all eat them. Like you do. But of course I would leave all the mess for good ol' mom to clean up. If my girls come home and ask to cook, I don't even let them finish their sentence before I'm saying "NO!" I'm too up tight for that. I want them to enjoy themselves, but not at my expense. I know that sounds selfish, but it's not as simple as that. I get over stressed just thinking about it. I guess that's where the mental illness comes in. No I'm not bipolar, or at least I don't think so. But I do suffer with anxiety, and might be slightly OCD. The family tree is a bit odd. As my dad described in his article. As far as I know both my grandparents had mental health issues, which leak down into their two kids. My dad and my uncle, then into their kids. Myself and my sister, and my two cousins Heidi and Denice. Well Heidi unfortunately received the genes from both grandparents. Denice seems like she might have been the lucky one and missed out the mental illness genes. My sister and I are both diluted versions of my dad. I pray to God every day that my kids don't inherit any of those genes, or at least not to the severity of my cousin Heidi. It wouldn't be so bad if they get a bit of my dad in them. His OCD has made him the success that he is.


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