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angerA strong emotion aroused by a sense of wrong, whether justified or not.
Patient discussion about anger
Q. Do you believe that anger can be one of the main causes of depression? People say that I am short tempered. I feel like to yelling at everybody. I feel that I am flying off the handle too often and this has led to depression. Do you believe that anger can be one of the main causes of depression? If so, why?
Q. Without any reasons I am getting angry. I remain always depressed. Which medicines should I take? I have a problem. Without any reasons I am getting angry. I remain always depressed. I am not able to understand what to be done in which time. I have gone completely out of routine. I get involved in fight with anyone. It’s messing up my life. I am not able to concentrate in my studies. I do not feel happy when I meet my friends rather it makes me highly depressed. When any of my friends taunts me or make any sort of joke on me it makes me very anger and I had fought with one. I don’t want to fight but something went that day I have beaten my friend. He was close to me and had helped me in my bad times. I just don’t understand what`s going on. I need some help…please any one give me some guidance on what sort problem it is and is this curable by medicines? Which medicines should I take?
Q. I am really scared to discuss with him on this issue. Hi! I’m Olivia. These days, my husband is very much irritated, showing anger, extremely sad, try to be lonely , shouts to the core and does not show interest in sex . I am really scared to discuss with him on the issue. When I did discuss with my friend, she said all this might be the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder and advised me to consult a Physician.. Can anyone in this Forum please help me out?
Seriously, if you can get him to take all of these things, it can help sweeten his personality. My husband noticed a difference in me within two weeks, my kids are giving me positive feedback after two years. I am much more calm and have a lot more control of the 'flashouts'.