One of my early symptoms was Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA).
"If you have pseudobulbar affect you'll experience emotions normally, but you'll sometimes express them in an exaggerated or inappropriate way. As a result, the condition can be embarrassing and disruptive to your daily life." - From the link below
Here is the link to some info about Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA):
I know what you mean Joanne. The laughing can just slide into crying.
When it hits, my hubby will ask, "why are you crying?". I'll just say " I have no idea". He has learned why. On the flip side he says that if he were on stage at a comedy club and I was in the audience when one of those episodes hits, he could be seen as the best comic ever.
I used to tell everyone it was because I was happy. I couldn't control it and though it wasn't frequent ..it was embarrassing at inappropriate times . I have not had that issue for years.
I am one that has always cried for no reason at all. This has happened since I was a small child
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