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Unread 09-06-2012, 10:22 AM   #21
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When I read in a letlter that my former husband had been murdered, I laughed uncontrollably, which was not how I really felt about this at all. I grieved for a long time about this vicious murder. Why did I laugh? Explanations of neuro impairment are probably right, although at the time I was not in bad flare.
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I have had occasional episodes of this since early childhood and they are almost always when I am over tired or really fatigued. It begins as giddiness and then expands from there if someone 'feeds it' if they too start laughing.
The instant cure is to remove myself from any sort of audience. ....

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Erica, this is exactly how it happens w me. I am tired at night and I start to smile and the feeling that something simple/ordinary is very funny builds up. I get tears in my eyes and SO says, "Oh, you are a giddy girl!" Then I can't stop laughing- it is an effort.

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