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... I've always had an anger problem since I was young. I would yell at my mom in the store if she wouldn't buy me something. I fight with my mom all the time for no reason. ... (16 replies)
... a lot of times when i am doing something that should be fun and entertaining, such as using a computer or playing a video game, i flip out and wind up getting way too out of control. i grind my teeth and start to punch things and throw things. i cant really explain how i feel so here are some examples. examples: - i was playing an online video game and somebody was being... (11 replies)
... i have no stored anger in my chest today. i am just sleepy. thank you guys for the posts. ... (10 replies)

... As far as therapy goes, my bf is pretty much aware that his anger stems from his dad but that doesn't make the anger go away at all. He just has to learn to manage it. The big thing about these angry guys is that I truly think the yelling and screaming makes them feel better. ... (16 replies)
... admire you for wanting to confront this problem and do away with it. Some people would never admit that there is a problem but would blame the reasons for their anger on others. Perhaps if you would keep a diary of the times you feel your anger coming on, it could help figure out exactly what triggers it? ... (23 replies)
... y flare up of PTSD, GAD and depression. I have come to realize through the help of alot of people here and my counselor that I do not have anxiety attacks I have anger attacks. ... (7 replies)
Anger issues
Feb 28, 2007
... If you show signs of add you could have bipolar.You need to get checked out and you can also have both to.If you do have it its not going to get better till your on the meds.Good luck and it is heritary add, add, bipolar,odd, and ocd.I have adhd, bipolar, and ocd and doing very well on the meds.My son had adhd meds at 5 yrs and 20 now and out grew it.adhd and add if caught... (23 replies)
... I think those are reactions that avoid the real issue. You blow up and break a dish and, yes, that might feel satisfying, but the anger is still there to be triggered again ang again. ... (10 replies)
... Right on, soberseeker. Chop down these trees of explosive anger at the roots where they sprout from rather than halfway up, after the fact. ... (8 replies)
Anger issues
Feb 15, 2007
... I've driven away past partners because of my anger and inability to defuse situation when it stresses me out. ... (23 replies)
... Reading that title may make you think I'm an abusive, angry, lonely person. I'm anything but that. However, lately I notice my ability to contain my anger and ability to express my frustration has been becoming more and more violent. ... (10 replies)
... viewed. Two, the whole field of cognitive behavior therapy and rational emotive therapy is very useful for anger. Many anger management classes throughout the country use it as part of their curriculum. ... (2 replies)
... it could be the CAUSE of the depression! Unexpressed anger can cause depression. I hope you all can get to the roots of his issues. Why don't you ask him if he wants to start posting here in addition to his therapy? ... (12 replies)
... Hi all! This is my first time posting on the anger board. ... (12 replies)
... are dysfunctional ourselves as we have never been taught how to deal with hurt and anger. You know I was always told from childhood to adulthood that displays of anger are not socially exceptable. ... (6 replies)
Anger or Anxiety?
Dec 28, 2006
... I've always been a worrier by nature. I worry about my family, money, future, most things. My question is, can anxiety cause anger or do I have a separate issue with anger? ... (4 replies)
I Enjoy My Anger
Sep 26, 2006
... girlfriend when u could vent it DIRECTLY on the person thats causing the anger in the first place. ... (6 replies)
... release it and get it outside of yourself and you'll feel your anger slowly release. ... (12 replies)
... Adison I wish I had answers but I am trying to get my husband to go to anger management or counseling because he has an anger problem. He says it is only certain things that set him off though. He has raged in my face for hours, punched holes in walls and much more. ... (11 replies)
... Well, you can't beat counseling! Your anger must be from the abuse? ... (11 replies)




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