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... 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)
... I know what your boyfriend is going through, I felt TERRIBLY guilty and sad after things calmed down. I know what he means by the uncontrollable switch...i had no control over's like shaking a soda can and it squirting everywhere when you open it up. ... (8 replies)
... I get so uncontrollable over absolutely nothing and end up feeling ten times worse. But of course the fact that you get uncontrollable in the first place means something isn't right. ... (7 replies)
... I'm scared I'm turning into a monster and I've tried everything to solve what's going on, counseling, meditation, music, reading, moving out, anger management however nothing has worked. ... (6 replies)
... Sometimes it happens to me with my boyfriend or my friends. I can't manage my anger properly. I also get angry for no reason at all. They say some of it are caused by our hormonal changes. ... (7 replies)
... i think you are fine, and you need to try telling that to yourself. Yes anger can cause a lot of damages. ... (7 replies)
... Firstly, you have every reason to have developed this anger. You have had a rough ride. You know yourself that the first order of the day is to get off the drink. Nothing will be resolved while you are getting drunk. Do that and a large percentage of your problem will disappear, and you will be better equipped to deal with what is left. Sever all contact with your ex - the two... (3 replies)
... Do you eat a lot of carby, sugary foods? These can cause violent mood swings. aj (3 replies)
... when my boyfriend upsets me I can't control my anger, its terrible and sometimes I can't remember what I've done in these rages. Please help (3 replies)
... I have a five year daughter whom we adopted. I know her mother quite well and I know she has had very uncontrollable anger fits if things do not go her way. I am afraid that I am seeing this in our daughter. ... (1 replies)
... It sounds like you have bipolar disorder look up symthoms (8 replies)
... Hi, I have had this temper problem also, still dealing with it but it is getting better. I took a look at the medications I was taking-- sudafed almost every day, which I thought I needed BUT once I stopped taking it, did ok without (sinuses.) the outcome was, I stopped being as short-fused. Immense improvement. I had not noticed how anxious and angry Sudafed made me. ... (8 replies)
... Does anyone have any methods of coping or preventing these violent surges of anger that we speak of frequently here? ... (8 replies)
... it's a medication that I take to manage my otherwise uncontrollable anger. ... (3 replies)
... blood. I hope you don't take out your anger on your kid in any way. Even if you don't hit him, or even yell at him, he can still sense your rage, believe me, kids can sense everything. ... (31 replies)
... I have posted here before about the anger I had towards my ex boyfriend and it only came out when I drank. And why did I drink? ... (31 replies)
... ee that you are doing your best to be responsible, and are preparing to move on. This also restricts your contact and will help you to move on and deal with your anger issues. ... (31 replies)

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