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... rage. Recently my anxiety med was increased because my pdoc thought maybe my anxiety was causing my increase in anger. It is best to see a psychiatrist and tell them how you are feeling, especially when you start getting these feelings of rage. ... (5 replies)
Intense Anger
Jan 26, 2014
... Anger is very toxic. I think it's best to use several approaches at the same time. ... (1 replies)
... First I want to say, good for you for acknowledging that you have an anger problem. ... (2 replies)

Help me
Oct 23, 2012
... Please be reminded, that there is absolutely no shame in feeling like you are, and seeking help for it. There are great medication out there to help you manage all this, and again, no shame is taking medication when you need it. ... (26 replies)
... much at this point "ex". I feel that the anger is warranted, but in the end it's only hurting myself. ... (6 replies)
... I am recovered, without the help of medication, or therapy. However my anger problems made me murderously violent, attempted murders and such, anger towards strangers and loved ones, thus my situation was different, but perhaps what i have learned may help you. ... (12 replies)
... Secondly, I have been through many anger problems. ... (2 replies)
... personally felt that I didn't feel things, the normal things, the excitement, the highs and the lows that you normally feel in everyday life. I wouldn't take medication every day for sometime that only affects me a handful of times during a year. ... (16 replies)
... this is really important, especially for you jocelyn, since you said you've felt angry and anxious "for a long time now... ... (5 replies)
... I'm not a professional but it seems like you have several issues to deal with. It's very possible that your medication is causing your extreme emotions and limiting your ability to control them. Your first step should be to get that fixed. ... (1 replies)
... If there is any chance of counseling or possible medication it might help. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, first congratulations on your baby girl!! Seems like youve had a very rough life and that for whatever reason, youve got issues. I think part of it is because your parents werent around? ... (4 replies)
... Sounds to me like you've been through a lot and want to find a solution for your son's behavior early. Kudos to you. I also commend you for seeking other solutions for your son's behavior beyond medication. ... (14 replies)
... OMG! You sound EXACTLY like me! I think my anger stems from childhood abuse. I had cognitive therapy for four years and it has not helped me. Medication has not helped either. I wish you the best of luck! ... (10 replies)
... Sorry for your troubles but good to see you are trying to seek out some help. ... (10 replies)
... boyfriend had terrible anger issues. They didn't rear their ugly heads until we had been together for 3 months. I used to call him Robert Road Rage. He would get into these crazy moods when he drove. It got to the point I couldn't be in the car with him. ... (14 replies)
... whatever they want, it doesn't have any impact on who you really are. Once you graduate from HS, you'll never see most of those jerks again, so the best way to deal with them is just to ignore them. Don't even waste your energy being angry at them, that's just giving them more of your time than they deserve. ... (11 replies)
... I have to agree that anger is not in itself a problem but rather a symptom of something else...something bigger. ... (5 replies)
... but I know someone with a similar problem with anger and with the help of medication and therapy they have been able to manage their anger successfully. Turns out upon exploration in therapy session, they were in fact suffering from depression and anxiety. ... (5 replies)
... plates, glasses you name it. I was not a very nice person. This went on for two years. Arguing all the time, name calling, you get the picture. Im surprised he didnt leave me. ... (2 replies)


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