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... First I want to say, good for you for acknowledging that you have an anger problem. ... (2 replies)
Intense Anger
Jan 26, 2014
... or ending up in jail. Many people get it in their head that psychoactive medication is bad, so they never go there and harm themselves or someone else. Medication is not something to do lightly, but it's all a matter of weighing the choices. What if a few pills could have prevented your mother from abusing you? ... (1 replies)
... Hi Neural I agree with Arggg - see a neurologist. Also, have you seen a psychiatrist? Not a counsellor or psychologist - big, big difference. A psychiatrist can prescribe medication, while the others can't. I have had a rage problem, nothing like yours, but bad enough to lose friends and family, for a little less than thirty years. I took a whole lot of psychology classes at... (6 replies)

... It sounds like you have an underlying physical ailment causing these episodes. You may have some kind of seizure disorder that's difficult to diagnose. I suggest seeing a neurologist if you can get a referral. I have problems with rage myself, but they aren't as sudden and violent as yours. I control my rage by seeing therapists, healers, avoiding really toxic people and... (6 replies)
... Counselling, medication or have you tried what ciqala has been doing. ... (12 replies)
... I'm sure as you know, there is no miracle cure for treating anger, anxiety and depression. It sounds like to me that your symptoms are serious and affecting your life to the point where you probably should seek professional help given that the other things that you tried haven't worked. I myself have issues that my doctor has put me on medication for and really been a... (2 replies)
Is anger genetic?
Jan 13, 2012
... one is the exact same way, the other isn't at all. It makes me wonder why two of us seemingly caught the anger illness and the other didn't. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, I am 36yrs old, female. I am looking for support and help because I have anger issues. ... (0 replies)
... I am a male, 63 yrs old. I do have anger issues with people. Due to anger issues I have lost all of my family, friends. I have 1 roommate that puts up with me. I have called him a 3rd world person and other demeaning words. ... (0 replies)
Anger problems
Jul 1, 2011
... s or true stories of how others have been positive in their lives. We all have choices and the one thing you need being so young is to talk to someone about your anger issues and why little things are bothering you. It could be hormones, feeling entitled to things, parent struggles, or a variety of things. ... (6 replies)
... I know how you feel. I take meds for epilepsy I'm told are the problem. I ask myself everyday, is that you feeling angry or your medication? I know I am actually angry and what I'm actually angry about, that deep underlying reason I'm upset and it is REAL. I just generally don't handle my problems the way I do now. I am ashamed of my behavior even when alone because we can not... (1 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)
... You are in serious trouble! If I were you I'd consult a psychiatrist. There may be a medication that can help. ... (7 replies)
... so, if you had serious anger and rage issues and some meds helped... please chime in. please add any notable side effects as well. ... (0 replies)
... lets start by say i do love my wife very much we have been married for 12 yrs she was 16 and i was 22 yrs old when we got she had already lost her mom to death before we were married and lost her dad and brother a few years later. we have 2 great kids one 12 and the other 4.my wife has dealt with alot in her life she had gain alot weight and got on drugs we lost everything we... (0 replies)
... Secondly, I have been through many anger problems. ... (2 replies)
... i am on medication every day and i hate it. ... (2 replies)
... I keep telling myself that I just need something good to happen, just one good thing, and it will start to turn around for me. I'm afraid my anger and depression are going to alienate everyone that is important to me and I desperately need that support system right now. ... (0 replies)
... k counceling, speak to a close family member you can trust. dont use stress, or the fact that he isnt a morning person as a excuse for his actions. he may need medication and therapy. ... (3 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)


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