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... I think that your mother is right. You are lucky that your mother is a wise woman. There are plenty of meidoco people who have descent existence. Your have a desire to go to college and have education to improve your career. This is very good. ... (12 replies)
... I used to be the same way. I would get sick if I had made a mistake. My salvation was a new job. I am like you, in a supervisory position and hated to look less than perfect. When I changed jobs I decided to reinvent myself. ... (12 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)

... that I can see some kind of possibility for ressurection. That I could find healthier approaches. ... (2 replies)
... ing a long tub soak, go swimming, or do some reading every once in a while or even tiring like jogging, skating, dancing, or cleaning up a park or street to help out with the environment. As long as it is some thing that you enjoy. ... (5 replies)
... Anger comes from a lack of control. ... (2 replies)
... Here is of questions that you may find helpful. ... (11 replies)
... I seem to be stuck in a pattern where I constantly lash out at women I am dating. I'll start with my most recent relationship, which ended today. ... (6 replies)
... it will be useless to day that you need to control ur anger because obviously its the only solution. . . ... (7 replies)
... Myself I would surrender to her, and make love not war. Surrender your fear of being left or jilted to her, the object of your emotions, I think. ... (8 replies)
... ndtimearound and the rev. you guys give great advice. You are right 2ndtimearound about not trying to change him but my attitude towards him. ... (19 replies)
... Gadget This may or may not help you, but I have been doing a lot of research on sublimal programing and there is some pretty intresting research about rage and other strange behavior. ... (44 replies)
... I know how you feel. I grew up in an abusive alcoholic home where much irrational behavior was absorbed and assumed to be the way life is. After my divorce from an abusive addict, I went into codependency therapy. I learned much about my inner child. ... (5 replies)
... think of the positive..your wonderful husband and beautiful child. Think, every day, how blessed you are with what you have. Best of life... ... (3 replies)
... don't really get these natural disasters here in Brazil, I want you to try and keep calm for getting nervous can only make matters worse. That's how I feel about my fourth coming heart operation. When you can't beat your enemy, join him. ... (32 replies)
... amily. I take Effexor 75mg daily for anxiety. I am wondering if I don't need a stronger dose because lately I have REALLY been having to concentrate on holding my temper. I have always been one to speak what I think, but lately it seems that my words come out in a negative tone. ... (3 replies)
... I tend to see anger issues in adulthood to be similar to those of childhood. ... (6 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. Ever since i was a kid, she's had a problem with rage and angry outbursts, over all things big and small, significant and trivial. ... (3 replies)
... In response to the Q re whether the hurtful things I say to my partner are a way of pushing her away cause I don't feel worthy or deserving of her love, yes. Definitely. I've known this for many years. ... (10 replies)

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