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Question Developing anger issues of some sort? - September 19th 2014, 08:51 AM

So I'm not entirely sure if this topic fits in this area but if it doesn't, well... move it i guess...

So I was awakened very early in the morning with barely any sleep at all because of my dad doing stuff outside that woke me up (unusually), then shit started to swirl in my head (voices) and I was just... getting pissed off. Like, super pissed off.
Then I randomly punched my wall in the room three times, and somehow made a hole.
I'm scared to know how the hell I managed to do that to strong walls, I never punched something so hard and it just... argh... my fists hurt.

Any clues to how I had this motive to punch walls and even break a hole in it?
   
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Re: Developing anger issues of some sort? - September 20th 2014, 10:07 PM

I am sorry that you had to wake up that, I know how you feel the same thing happened to me today. I also reacted in a similar way. Maybe your anger was built up stress for not getting a goods night rest. Or maybe its something else, did you mention voices in your head? Maybe talk to your dad or try to make an appointment with your GP if happens again. Also you might want to try dealing with your anger. I just tell myself that I am the only one that can control my emotions and try not to get upset by other, but that's just me it doesn't work for everyone and sometimes not even for myself LoL. I hope this helps. sorry its so long
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Re: Developing anger issues of some sort? - September 21st 2014, 01:46 AM

Hi Thomas,

I am not exactly sure why you reacted in this way. I agree with what was mentioned before that this could have happened because of stress building up (so several events that have upset you overtime).
If you believe you have no one to talk to when you get angry, I would like to suggest you call one of the hotlines on [url=www.teenhelp.org/hotlines]this list]/url because they can help calm you if you are angry.
Also, it could be helpful to talk to a professional counselor that can teach you how to manage your anger without hitting walls etc. and so you can learn safer ways of coping and how to interpret and analyze situatoins in a way that reduces anger.
I hope this helps and that you get support.
If you ever need anything, you can send me a message and I should reply relatively quickly.
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