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... Once you graduate from HS, you'll never see most of those jerks again, so the best way to deal with them is just to ignore them. Don't even waste your energy being angry at them, that's just giving them more of your time than they deserve. ... (11 replies)
... I have to agree that anger is not in itself a problem but rather a symptom of something else...something bigger. Being depressed or anxious will definitely add to the problem as these conditions will cause irritability, low self esteem, and a bleak outlook on life. ... (5 replies)
... okay so your saying medication helped you, it helped me for a while and then i slipped right back into it again. ... (5 replies)

... but I know someone with a similar problem with anger and with the help of medication and therapy they have been able to manage their anger successfully. ... (5 replies)
... I was usually ok, but I used to get so angry and for no real reason sometimes. Or not a reason anyone else had caused anyway. But I blamed everyone and everything else for how I felt. ... (2 replies)
... Do you take any thing for headache that have caffiene? ... (3 replies)
Am i too angry?
Dec 16, 2004
... You're right to be concerned!! That sounds extreme to me. I used to get angry like that and realized it was partly caused by eating chocolate. Chocolate can cause rage attacks in a very small portion of the population. ... (5 replies)
... Like most people, when they feel bad about themselves, they try looking for things in life that make them happy. Two of those things were my wife and an online interactive game called World of Warcraft. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for responding again, thats really good your doing much better I'm sure its a great relief for you. ... (9 replies)
... thank you for your helpful and insightful response, i have been trying to avoid going to see a psychiatrist because of the costs involved and being on medication that i may become dependent on, but i think ill just go and see what they have to say. ... (9 replies)
... Hi my name is Dave, I've been married to Sarah for 17 long years. From before we married I realised something wasn't quite right with her but I ignored it at my peril. ... (1 replies)
... It worked for me to solve arguments. They would take me more seriously than if i was acting out. ... (12 replies)
... soo upset and angry and just cried and cried then when i finally got a chance to speak to him i said alot of hurtful things, like, i fink i'm starting to regret being with him and things would be different if we were not together. ... (1 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. I don't quite remember when it started, but being that you were traumatized and have not recieved help, it sounds this hurt as been kept inside and needs to come out. ... (4 replies)
Is this abuse??
Feb 15, 2005
... I just wanted to chime in to ask a few questions hun. You said he had to have major surgery, do you know if he is on any pain medication or any medication at all? ... (13 replies)
Mad at the world
May 31, 2010
... That information can then be used in any therapy you get, or if it is just for you. When things cause you a negative reaction, you have to see if it is even in your control. If it is beyond your control, you must not become angry over it. ... (3 replies)
... I second what Sannah has said. The one and only person with whom you are angry is yourself. You have not expressed your needs, feelings and thoughts and this has made you increasingly mad. ... (10 replies)
... I realize u are looking for help or some idea's with what you are going through.. ... (32 replies)

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