30-09-2018 02:43 PM
I dont get angry very often but when it does come its like a bull ar a gate and takes out everything in its path.ive been told it can be part of bpd but everyone gets angry..
Does anyone else get like this and how do you manage it?
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06-10-2018 09:03 AM
Have the same issues but I have become better at responding to the triggers, not always but a lot better than I used to be.
Your statement about the kids made me laugh, I know what you mean, but then you feel like a monster for having those thoughts which adds to the frustration.
I went on medication to help not only me but my family. My family were scared of me which is not a healthy environment for anyone.
I have a boxing bag I punch and kick the stuffing out of when I start to feel enclosed and angry which increases my fitness and allows me to feel sort of normal.
Your already on the right path by simply recognising the issue mate.
06-10-2018 08:47 PM
@outlander I have struggled for over a decade with explosive anger. Just as you described. Building like a volcano and then erupting, but it keeps going and can take hours to calm down without meds. I never know when or who it will strike, but the outcome is always devestation to that relationship.
The green monster under my tongue. I don't know anything other than being vigilant with your meds and trying to reduce stressful people and situations.
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