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My Poor Spouse
Jul 24, 2008
... I am 30 years old. I came from a broken family, and my father had extreme anger issues stemming from what I though was sexual abuse and dyslexia issues. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, all! I'm new here, and i think these boards are great! I bring myself to this board not because of my own anger problem, but because my mother has one. ... (3 replies)
... oard, and I've just been reading some of the posts and thought I'd tell my story and get some advice. Basically I am a 22 year old female, and I think I have an anger problem. ... (5 replies)

... It feels like this anger is eating me up inside. ... (0 replies)
Extreme Rage Case
Aug 13, 2010
... A little explosive anger can do wonders. In your case, I skipped a bit of your post, but I am under the impression that this guy had it coming his way. ... (3 replies)
... y. Those are triggers, your hot buttons. Make note of your body responses next time when you think like that. Notice how your emotions heat up. If you react with outbursts a lot of the time, it eventually becomes an automatic response. That is a learned behavior and it can be unlearned. ... (29 replies)
... I'm usually good at controlling my anger because I know it can get potentially out of hand. I've had maybe 4 or 5 outbursts throughout my life, and they consisted of breaking things, punching things, yelling, and sometimes wanting to fight. ... (8 replies)
... You don't want your kids to learn the example of inappropriately expressing anger.....or to accept outbursts from friends and later on, dates. At the end of your post you say, "I'm so tired". Have you had a physical lately? ... (15 replies)
Aug 16, 2006
... with no local support system and a husband, whom I love dearly, who works more than 70 hours a week to support us, and three young kids who bear the brunt of my anger and outbursts. Not a day goes by that I am not yelling or screaming about something at least once. ... (5 replies)
... use my boyfriend can be a very angry man. I have been with him for four years now. At first he never was angry, it was only a year into the relationship that his outbursts started. ... (8 replies)
... Yea he said to me the other day he wotn talk to me if i keep treatign him liek this so I told him to give me another chance, I knwo i can get this under control. But with me workign on controllign my anger I told him he also has to work on showing he cares a little bit more and things like that, Since he said that I havent had any outbursts at him Ive been nice and doing... (6 replies)
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... same old extreme, violent, screaming and destroying methods... destroying my life around me and so much of it makes no sense and nobody believes me when I say I am sorry any longer. I want this to end. I have been "using" red-hot outbursts of rage for 20 years+ when triggered, obviously it has ruined most of my life. Time to get well or there's no hope. Much of anger occurs... (29 replies)
Shopping Rage
Nov 9, 2007
... I think your outbursts are of a result of adrenaline due to mounting frustration, and it has to go somewhere. ... (10 replies)
... Thanks for that, Sannah!! I don't even feel I've done any work, which is good...I just feel I "turned a corner" a while ago and it's just...even though I'm still stressed at times and bad things happen, as they do to anybody, I feel more relaxed and calm and sort of like...before, at times I couldn't help feeling I was somehow against my partner or she was against me...I... (8 replies)
... Stevie, I am so happy to hear this. You spent a lot of time examining yourself here. You did good work and I feel this is why your life is better now! (8 replies)
... This is me again. Just updating that I have felt different lately somehow...more calm and positive regardless of life events or stresses...I haven't had one of my "episodes" for many months now...good. *relieved* (8 replies)
... The most important hting is that his anger is a problem for YOU... don't try and get him to admit it ... it is a waste of time .. ... (5 replies)
... I speak from experience. I have these outbursts too, and was offered valium, prozac, etc 10 years ago when I was 18 by a druggie friend, but knew that no meds would help me so I threw them away. ... (5 replies)
... Anyway, after a long conversation, he agreed that he thinks he needs help, as he cant even control the outbursts of his temper. He feels like he's "Falling" sometimes. He said a lot of his suppressed feelings are coming out now, and its scaring him... ... (2 replies)

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