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... Hi, i have an uncontrollable anger that is beginning to tear my family apart, my mother is on the verge of moving out because of it, every morning im a big trouble getting up for school, i get really angry to the point where i can't control it, it just happens, today i made my mother cry because she cant cope with this happening every morning, i hate this, but i cannot control... (0 replies)
... I'm almost 24, and I'm a nanny. I have such patience that people would never see me as the person to be burst out in anger over anything. But I have been noticing a pattern lately that I have been having uncontrollable rage and anger come out of no where. ... (7 replies)
... and they seem to help me out really good. they show you how to contol the anger and talk with out blowing up at your girlfriend! and if that don't help it could be the meds. not helping you . ... (3 replies)

... What you have to do when you get these anger attacks. ... (8 replies)
... o thru exactly what you are going thru right now and I understand how you feel. I had over the past 2 decades pushed away many people out of my life due to this anger problem. ... (6 replies)
... Ive known for years that I have an anger issue. Ive always said "Ill get help", but never did. ... (3 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)
... f just taking it 2 weeks a month, I took it daily because I thought it would work better if it had a steady level in my body. It worked really well to muffle my anger spells. They still happened, but at a more controllable level and not nearly so wild. ... (19 replies)
... It's not easy to talk about that. I have read a lot of books and meet people that know th human body for centuries. The Anger, the one that you can't control, their is only one reason for this. It's simple, it's the pride. too much proud. Somebody extremely proud. you upset him a bit, really nothing and he get anger, lose the control of his talking. And their is only... (7 replies)
... Going back to your childhood, which is a Freudian method of dealing with problems, takes a long time. Anger issues that escalate to physical abuse need to be dealt with immediately. ... (7 replies)
... no one always gets their own way. You began with anger over small things and now you are escalating to physical force. That's not a good sign. ... (7 replies)
... Changes are stressful, so writing down can help to get your perspective. When anger gets you, you can try to get a shower, breathe and think the things you like about the person and then talk to him when you are more calmed. ... (7 replies)
... Anger is good. Sometimes, being angry can be cathartic. But this kind of anger that you're describing seems unhealthy. Perhaps, you're just unhappy with your relationship? ... (3 replies)
... I am not a professional in the area other than the fact that I have anger issues too. I am trying to figure out what causes my anger and monitor thoughts that trigger my responces. ... (3 replies)
... I have had outburst of anger most of my life but now not only do I have the anger I have mental pictures and daydreams of seriously hurting people. No one person just people in general. This has now cost me a job that I really cared for. ... (1 replies)
... girlfriends stuff. My anger episodes have reduced lately though, I suppose. I have been trying techniques that reduce overall stress and am hoping that this will reduce the anger outbursts. ... (8 replies)
... Some of that sounds a bit like me...just this uncontrollable anger...except your's was pretty much understandable. ... (9 replies)
... Probably not, he's too wrapped up in his own world. I think you will find that as you cut back on communication with him, your anger will probably start to fade too. You will accept that he is a jerk, and that you can't change it, and will resign yourself to coping with it somehow. ... (31 replies)
... thanks for the response. u know what i am seriously thinking about that i have noticed that i do have an anger issue that has arouse since this man left. even though ur right i would never hurt my child, i am going to seek counseling for anger management. ... (31 replies)
... I fear that when your son is about 2 and a half, if you don't get this anger situation under control, then he will feel the brunt of your frustrations. ... (31 replies)

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