today while chatting with my sister (she's in uk, I'm in US. Haven't seen her in 3 years. We skype occasionally and chat over messaging regularly. I've lived here 11 years. We both had our first kids nine months apart seven years ago) my head started to feel right like it did when I first started the SEP. I still get for the most part but have hardly had any of the throbbing head pain that usually accompanies it in 3.5 weeks. I started to write my journal entry today and was about to look through my list of stresses to see what I should write about but instead I put my pen to the page and just let it move. I wrote about how much I miss my sister (this wasn't even a stress on my list, I've been living away for so long I didn't even feel as though I do miss her for the most of the time - I'm just used to it being this way) and how we missed out on becoming mothers together and sharing the most amazing parts of the last seven years. I wrote only about 2 sentences before I was crying and seven before I was sobbing so hard I couldn't see to write any more. I cried until it subsided then a little more to my husband. But then my throbbing head came back as well as the start of a migraine. Basically, the emotions have me an almost instant flare up. The emotions were so intense and absolutely the first time in five weeks I've ended up uncovering emotions I didn't realize we're there (not rage, wel except at the situation). Normally I find emotions that are more intense than I realized, but this was honestly a major shock to me. Has this happened to anyone else? Where uncovering emotions cause an instant flare of symptoms?