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T = temper tantrum…

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Have you ever had temper T2016antrums?

I have.
I had the terrible toddler T2016antrums.
I really don’t remember the toddler T2016antrums
but I have heard stories.
I did learn my lesson and became
a sweet tempered little girl.
Kinda.

As a teen I had the occasional temper flare
and the usual teen temper T2016antrums
but nothing awful.
Then I hit my terrible twenties.
I know most people have terrible twos
but I often do things differently.
The terrible twenties temper T2016antrums
were to put it politely, epic.
Those episodes I remember.

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Now I rarely lose my temper and never have T2016antrums.
Partly because I am older and wiser and have mellowed
but mostly because I don’t have the energy it takes
to have an all out temper T2016antrum and I think
if you are going to have a T2016antrum make
it memorable for everyone.

That’s my post for the letter
T2016

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5 thoughts on “T = temper tantrum…

  1. Nope. I am not a temper tantrum -type. I have seen enough of it and do not like it. I detest when it is directed at me. I shut down.
    Good post, though!

  2. I’m told I had tantrums as a child but rather than screaming, I would hold my breath. My mother’s remedy was to throw water on me making me breathe, and forcing me to change clothes. Broke me of that habit.

    1. When’s screaming fits were not tolerated I would hold my breath. That was not tolerated either so I pouted. I was a classic brat.

  3. I am like you when it comes to temper tantrums. I could stomp my feet with the best of them when I was little, especially if I was frustrated or tired. Come to think of it, that might be what instigated most of my adult temper tantrums too. Like you, I have lost the interest and energy in throwing a good fit anymore, unless it’s for a very, very good cause. 🙂

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