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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 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)
... Secondly, I have been through many anger problems. ... (2 replies)

... Counselling, medication or have you tried what ciqala has been doing. ... (12 replies)
... o spend the rest of my life..i try so hard to please him i mean i do love the man and i am only 19 finally i have him agree to counsling and let me say with some medication and some support were ready for are baby and are marriage to work.. ... (3 replies)
... i am on medication every day and i hate it. ... (2 replies)
... Hi windy, i am so sorry to hear about your situation. Anger can cause a lot of strain and problems in reltaionships. At the moment i am being extreamly short tempered and nasty to my bf and i regret it after when i think about what i said to him. ... (10 replies)
Please help me
Jun 11, 2006
... I am a 45 age female soon to be 46 and I've suffered from having anger problems for half my life. ... (4 replies)
... egative consequences and make some plans for positive alternative responses, and other things that you can do to change. There are certain real and actual brain problems that may require some medication as treatment, more research, and finding a real cure for like epilepsy, tumors, chemical abuse, and accidental brain damage. ... (5 replies)
... I realize u are looking for help or some idea's with what you are going through.. 1. go for a walk, ride a bike, and if you feel cruddy and it is 2am.. (and it isn't considered dangerous, go for that walk.. a close friend told me to do this when too much, umm, when I thought about things and it depressed me into a crying fit.. and other assorted stuff.. ) it doesn't... (32 replies)
... nged my life but I grew from the experience. It helped me learn not to give up in struggles. To overcome what is overwhelming and impossible. but also gave me my anger that seems to go hand in hand with the refusing to give in. ... (23 replies)
... Both of you I would strongly advise to not go on medication at this point. ... (5 replies)
... You might want to check with your local Family Services Association if there is one in your area. They may be able to point you in the right direction, for anger management for kids. Also, would recommend consulting with the school social worker if there is one. ... (3 replies)
... anxiety problems for a long time now. Recently, I've figured out that it's me and not other people. ... (5 replies)
... boyfriend had terrible anger issues. They didn't rear their ugly heads until we had been together for 3 months. I used to call him Robert Road Rage. ... (14 replies)
... I wonder if some psychiatrists specialize in anger issues? ... (7 replies)
... Plus, like my counselors said last night, maybe she needs another medication instead of Lexapro. ... (5 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)
... I have problems with rage myself, but they aren't as sudden and violent as yours. ... (6 replies)
... 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 take our actions back. I'll throw a tantrum and then not talk for days because.. ... (1 replies)


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