Post Edited (Howlyncat) : 11/23/2008 4:47:58 PM (GMT-7)
PercyCat, I've been thinking just that. Ask to talk to her alone, and really specifically apologize again and say that I understand why she was upset because even though I originally thought she over-reacted, I have since put myself in her place and see why she was upset. My first apologies, two of them, were not in private setting and may not have seemed sincere. I don't want to reopen a wound but I also want her to know I am sincerely sorry. I think sometimes those of us prone to anxiety also take things more seriously than those who don't suffer from A/P. Usually, this makes us more sensitive to others feelings, too. In my case, this time my sensitivity button shut down.
Thanks all for your encouragement. I feel a bit better these 3 hours after taking my missed meds. No appetite, which is part of my anxiety, and the only welcome part of it!
Thanks again all.
Post Edited (Howlyncat) : 11/24/2008 3:24:16 PM (GMT-7)
Thanks again for all your support and comments. I do feel better today.
Mazfire, that's exactly how I feel. I don't want anyone to think ill of me thus it is troubling when I even accidentally cause someone to get upset with me.