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dad's bad mood - July 4th 2010, 06:32 PM

hey, i know this is probably not a very serious thing, but just wanna ask anyway..
thing is, my dad, although he is nice most of the time, he flares up randomly over small things and starts throwing things around and slamming tables, drawers and everything. it's quite scary coz he'd look very pissed off and is rather noisy. it's impossible to predict when he's gonna flare up too. and it's really over really small things that do not bother him at other times.
do your parents do that too?



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Re: dad's bad mood - July 4th 2010, 08:36 PM

When I was little and my dad still lived with us he used to punch holes in the wall, break things, or even hit me. He finally moved out when I was about 9 though. He had anger issues, the whole family knew it. My mom, who I live with now, still yells and explodes over the smallest things. I don't like it but I've learned the best thing is to just leave the room and give her space.



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Re: dad's bad mood - July 6th 2010, 04:30 AM

My parents are like that in the extreme. It is so stupid. But they are extremely mentally unhealthy overall, and this behavior is just one little detail, so certainly it could be called minor.
   
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Re: dad's bad mood - July 7th 2010, 06:48 PM

My father can be overly critical, both of others and himself... so when things don't go his way, he'll turn red in the face, stare angrily, and talk in a condescending tone of voice. I know that doesn't sound as bad as punching holes through walls... but when you have no idea what's going to set him off, it can cause some serious tension between the two of us, which breaks down communication and (ultimately) our bond as father and daughter.





   
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Re: dad's bad mood - July 9th 2010, 05:59 PM

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My father can be overly critical, both of others and himself... so when things don't go his way, he'll turn red in the face, stare angrily, and talk in a condescending tone of voice. I know that doesn't sound as bad as punching holes through walls... but when you have no idea what's going to set him off, it can cause some serious tension between the two of us, which breaks down communication and (ultimately) our bond as father and daughter.
I can totally relate to that.
   
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Re: dad's bad mood - July 9th 2010, 06:04 PM

My father can be the same way. Is he under a lot of stress at work or elsewhere sometimes that can cause people to be that way.

For example, my father is a supervisor sometimes the people under him are very disrespectful or those above him get mad for him spending money that needs to be spent to improve the plant.

It is very hard not to bring that home sometimes.
   
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