I have been supressing the need to cry. What could happen?
Topic: Need help writing letter to boyfriend
May 20, 2019 / By Cindra Question:
I recently left my boyfriend of 8 years for good and i am severely enraged. I think i am broken hearted too (although i don't admit that) I am overcome with pride and keep tellin myself he is not worth my tears. I do feel like crying but i suppress it. Do i need help to get over my feelings?
Best Answers: I have been supressing the need to cry. What could happen?
Babette | 6 days ago
You can't just stop feeling. It won't happen overnight. You need to keep your mind busy, esp with happy things. Join a club, start taking classes (even if it's just to learn to make glass beads!) go rollerblading or walk your dog. It would help to seek counseling. Learn from your past and work on yourself. Only worry about what you can control. Think happy thoughts and try to say something positive about yourself and others once a day. Smile even if you don't feel like smiling. If you feel the need to cry, it's ok to cry! It's better to have a good cry at home, watching a tear-jerker, rather than for it to come out at work or in a public place, where you could be embarassed or taken advantage of. He may not be worth it, but you are. It is an emotional time and it's ok to let it out. Do you have outlets for when you get mad or sad? I write letters and draw. Maybe work on making Christmas presents? Write poems about family members & frame them. (I gave poems to my parents on special occasions & it meant more to them than anything.)
Good luck, I know you can do it!
Feel free to email me if you need to talk.
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Originally Answered: What might happen or whats possible to happen?
No, he can't get the charge removed. He drove your car, with your permission, but didn't do the needed things before he drove it. Any car you 'borrow' to drive, it's on you to make sure the registration and insurance is up to date. He drove a car with neither. There was insurance of course, but the law is quite specific. It doesn't say "Just have insurance, leave the card anywhere." It says "You must CARRY the card and present it on demand to other parties in case of an accident or law enforcement."
So, you make sure he has a copy of the current insurance, but there's no way you can fix the plate problem. If the plate was expired, and you didn't have the money to get it, you shouldn't have been driving the car. Period. Getting it taken care of (which you really must do) won't make it valid the day your friend decided to be stupid and attract the attention of the officer on patrol.
The warnings are just that, warnings. He was telling you "I could ticket you for these other things also" but he didn't. Count yourself lucky.
Last, would he move the charges to you? No chance. You weren't driving.
It could end in a nervous breakdown, If its that serious. The worst that could happen is that your in public and suddenly break down crying. It's not the crying thats bad. Its what you feel like after you've cried your soul out and feel fine, but everyone around you thinks your gonna commit suicide! Try to just force the tears out and you'll feel great without it. I've done it and it works but Its very messy! so bring more than one box of tissues with ya. and make sure no one can hear you sobbing your way to happiness. Hope i helped and good look with finding the right one.
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let it out. you will feel better. crying will ease your pain. after anger, tears will follow. i'm wishing you the best of luck.
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just cry.Its not natural to not cry.Its a bodily function thats very complex to explain.It will increase your stress level and probably soem other stuff.
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Originally Answered: What would happen if Greece was to leave the EU? What would happen if Germany was to leave the EU?
Greece Leave the EU:
-Capital flight from Greece as investor fear for their assets when then new Greek currency devalues.
-Greece looses access to EU bail out funds.
-Greece defaults this. would hit German and French banks hardest and they would be force to bail out their banks.
-Capital flight from Greece as investor fear for their assets when the new Greek currency devalues.
-New Greek currency devalues protecting and strengthening native production and boosting exports.
-Possible domino affect across Europe could plunge the world into recession again.
German leaves the Euro:
-Without German financial backing the Eurozone risks seeing a collapse in confidence.
-If the Euro does survive the confidence backlash then the Euro will devalue boosting exports and protecting productivity in the Eurozone.
-Interest rates would be lowered and the European Central Bank would become a lender to beleaguered countries and print money ease the economic crisis (Germany is blocking this move at the moment due to the risks of inflation).
-Germany's new currency would strengthen and it would hit its exports it would also see its domestic economy undermined by cheaper foreign imports.
Option one would be better if a Greek departure was controlled if they fall out the **** will hit the fan.
The second option would be a gamble it could solve the problem or blow up in our faces.
What would be far better would be if the Eurozone consolidated it's debt making it all underwritten by the zone. Create a new elected Eurozone Assembly to harmonize fiscal policy and redistribute some wealth from rich parts of the Eurozone to the poor parts. Allow the European Central Bank more monetary freedom to act as a last resort lender and to use some mild quantitative easing to grease the gears of the economy back into growth. This would help to end the debt, fiscal, monetary and confidence crisis in the Euro. However the affect would be the loss of sovereignty of Eurozone members the suppression of national identity in return for the birth of Eurozoner identity. There is no way the politicians of Europe would ever win a proper mandate for this through referendum and could only be enforced with such a degree of political will that has not existed in any politician since Margaret Thatcher and would have to brush aside all ideals of democracy.
The only other measure would have to be to disband or partially disband the Eurozone as mentioned in on of the options above (either the strong economies or the weak ones leaving) in a controlled manner as possible.
At the moment thought the politicians of Europe seem happier playing a game of pass the dynamite rather than face economic reality which could cost them way too much political capital especially when they have eelctions coming up cough cough Germany/France.
Plasters (bandaides) and stop measure can not work for much longer and neither will treaties that address the issues which do noting to address the current crisis and would only have been useful at the Euro's inception and preventing this and future crisis's.