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... Which could lead to negative things being built up over time and then lashed out when the brain can not handle anymore. ... (1 replies)
... I am just wondering, I had a Written Warning for answering back the General Assistant in the kitchen because I got angry with way she just spoke to me. Last time she spoke down at me I broke the door and now I told her off for speaking down at me. ... (1 replies)
... up! Oh dear! Not a good responce at all just staryed with asking me if id done anything towards controling my anger! I lost it again in the end coz i was trying to say to him does he realise where it came from that day! he just put the phone down at my raised voice! dont blame him really! ... (35 replies)

... Hi sorry i havnt been on to reply to you sannah, i have been in the middle of some tough stuff with my daughter today and had to deal with it very carfully, so as i didnt explode! hopefully i have done it in the right way. ... (35 replies)
... he low today. I have woken this morning in the same foul mood. Shouted nd screamed at my daughter over the smallest of things. Ended up both crying, i calmed her down apoligised and took her to her friends for the day. ... (35 replies)
... its supposedly a happy new year. Hope you all had a good night last night. I loaded myself with valium and slept the whole night away lol! Just wish i didnt have to wake up today in this same house same flippin routine!!!! Had no calls or messeges off my so called BF, still nothing! ... (35 replies)
... back already and im so friggin angry with myself, my fella called me and he has said he thinks we should stay away from eachother for a while untill i take steps to sort myself out. I didnt tell him about this coz i think he would think im stupid! ... (35 replies)
... sed a major row with my other half and kicked my door through in the living room, taken it off the hinges and thrown it outside! Although i no its a stupid thing to do and my own fault i still did it. I feel a little better anger wise but totally disgusted in my actions! ... (35 replies)
... Twiddling thumbs sounds like an adult "time out", which may not be a bad idea for you to do. I did not witness how you handled it, but your tone does say something about how you deal with confrontation. Do you agree you are angry? ... (18 replies)
... I was afraid to go online to see. There is a picture of an adorable dog. Instant fury raged through me. Midmorning, he sends me a picture of the dog, with the caption, "Hi Aunt J! ... (21 replies)
Anger Management
Jul 17, 2007
... I have been trying to persuade my husband into doing something about his violent temper for years but after an outburst thing s just blow over and get back to mormal for a while, and it gets swept under the carpet. ... (4 replies)
I Enjoy My Anger
Sep 26, 2006
... i think the act of being angry about something that is definatley wrong, is healthy. it makes ME angry, to see people, myself included being walked all over, pushed around, used, mistreated, misjudged etc etc. and those things make me very very very angry. ... (6 replies)
Problem
Sep 2, 2006
... i'll get into yelling matches with him, but i've never once spoken my mind. ... (2 replies)
... yes my husband and i have discussed it in lenghth. i feel as you do they need to all make each other crazy and leave me out of it.they are my husbands brothers and he knows i will never stand in his way of seeing them and having contact. ... (9 replies)
... no ihavent spoken to any one about it im abit scared to i dont want to go down that dark road but deep down i know i have to. im so glad that im not the only one. i werent too sure if i was being silly or not and that it werent anything to worry about. ... (3 replies)
Angry Dad
Aug 18, 2003
... t it shows up in his really evil looking eyes and facial expressions. I am thinking that he is delusional. He will never change his methods because he is prooven to me that his beliefs and ways are engraved in stone and will never change. Rigidity is a big indicator of mental illness. ... (11 replies)
Angry Dad
Aug 18, 2003
... t it shows up in his really evil looking eyes and facial expressions. I am thinking that he is delusional. He will never change his methods because he is prooven to me that his beliefs and ways are engraved in stone and will never change. Rigidity is a big indicator of mental illness. ... (11 replies)




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