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Exclamation Anger? - May 18th 2010, 03:07 AM

So I think I have problems with anger. I've taken my anger out on myself by self harm, and others by hurting them physically. I've had some thoughts of suicide but, I'd most likely never have the guts to do it. I do odd things when I'm mad, like I start pulling out my hair by the fistfulls, literally. I have a punching bag, kinda helps. My mother fails to recognize my worry because she's dealing with emotional problems as well. I don't want to talk to her about it, because she's mostly the one who's causing all of this stress and anger. She also just blames it on me. I try to talk to her calmly but we end up yelling at eachother and I usually cry at least 3 times a day due to that. I have no one to turn to. Not even the people at this site because my mother feels like she needs to control everything and doesn't let me get on the computer. I don't want to talk to a therapist about it because last time I did, they didn't care what I had to say and took my mother's side no matter what. So I guess my main problem is my mother. Who should I turn to? How can I take out my anger without hurting myself or others? I've got four more years until I'm out of here for good, how can I stand my mother until then? Help

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Smile Re: Anger? - May 19th 2010, 07:04 PM

I know what your going threw, i have times where can get that angry as well. What i would suggest is doing something when you feel angry that can calm you down. Running, or exercising or some sort would help, something i like to do would be reading a book. It can help me feel better because i feel like i am not actually here. Something else i would suggest would be to talk to any friends or an adult you trust. I think you need someone to listen. It could help a lot. I hope you have an awesome day and if you ever need anything, feel free to PM me.

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