DEPRESSED,ALONE, AND ANGER PROBLEMS

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in and out of it all
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   Posted 3/27/2006 8:46 PM (GMT -7)   
There have been a series of events that have me so depressed!!! The depression is not what it bothering me at the moment!!! I feel as thought I would like to rip someones throught out!!!!!!! I can not stand this crap anymore~!!!!!~ I have an anger problem! I got into a fight with my old man, and punched 4 holes in his dad's house!!!  It wasn't even over anything real big. I have all the nuckels in my right hand broken right now! So I guess the question, is how do I channel this built up anger and rage into somthing I can do at all hours of the night? Please HELP!!!

Post Edited By Moderator (els) : 3/28/2006 6:35:40 AM (GMT-7)


els
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   Posted 3/28/2006 7:39 AM (GMT -7)   

In and out of it all,

I have edited your post above due to forum rule #15 no shouting the use of all caps is considered yelling.  And also rule #13.  Please review the forum rules and guidelines before continuing to post.


~elisha
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Hopes
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   Posted 3/28/2006 7:59 AM (GMT -7)   
 Hi In And And Out Of It All,
 
As you already know, you need to find an appropriate outlet for your anger. One that is not destructive or harmful to anyone or anything. You could do something physical  such as exercise. This could be done in your own room until you tire yourself out. I'm talking about running in place or jumping jack, sit-ups, push-ups. Anything that allows you to get out your pent up physical energy in a positive way. If you can leave the house, you can take a run around the block perhaps. Physical exercise can help diffuse the frustration.
 
Some prefer to put that energy into something creative-paint, sculpt, music. Something that expresses your inner self. You don't have to know how to do any of those things now-just learn. Take up a hobby that would interest yourself, read up on it perhaps or perhaps not, then create and practice and hone your skills.
 
Write in a journal. Put your emotions and anger down on paper.
 
If you need to punch something, put up a punching bag in your room or the garage and get your energy and frustration out that way or punch the pillow on your bed until you feel better.
 
It might be helpful to try several different outlets for your anger instead of just one. Get it out physically through a run or exersice. Then try journaling or a creative outlet.

els
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   Posted 3/28/2006 6:18 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi in and out,  I have came back to your post as I found you have been on my mind most of the day.  Hope has some excellent advice for you that I completely agree with.  I am not entirely sure how it is that you are wanting us to help you though.  It seems that you have some extreme issues that have gotten way out of hand.  You are going to have to learn some self control or else you will end up in a situation that you dont want to be in.  Such as juvenile hall or jail, these are not fun places to be.  There are always consequences to every action either good or bad.  It is always up to you how you handle yourself in the end.  You are more than welcome to continue to post here....and I hope and pray that everything will get better for you real soon.
 
p.s.  Here is a website for you to check out it maybe of some interest to you.....
 
 
Ok I got this one to work in and out...it is a really great website.....
 
 
 



~elisha
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Post Edited (els) : 3/29/2006 7:40:09 AM (GMT-7)


in and out of it all
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   Posted 3/29/2006 12:20 AM (GMT -7)   
atedogs,

Yes, I am depressive bipolor! Yes I see a doctor. No anger managment classes, don't have time, well I do but its at weird hours that I am fre like from 10 pm to 4 am. I am 16 years old!!! This anger thing is all the time, it builds up and builds up till I can't stand it anymore!!!! I see various councellors, but I think my anger problems won't go away till my mother and father begin to listen, or at least that is what my counceller said last time I went. I don't know, I am in a more depressed moud!!!!! I can't help it, I don't know!!!!

Els,

I post on here, because I feel as thought just getting out what I have to say and do is just so much help!!!!! And hearing others comment on it helps even more!!!!


Thankyou all,

In and out of it all

els
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   Posted 3/29/2006 8:29 AM (GMT -7)   

Hi in and out of it all,  I understand and am glad that you feel that the forum is helping you get your feelings out.  We all want to try to help in anyway that we can.  But all we can do is give you suggestions and support.  Ultimately what course of action you take is up to you.

My younger brother is 28 now will be 29 in a few months.  He has Bipolar Disorder and has been diagnosed for several years.  For as long as I can remember he has always had a problem with controlling his anger or more like not controlling it.  Something would make him mad, even something small, and he would be smashing things or hitting people.  My mother took him to several counselors and psychiatrists but he was always refusing to comply with any treatment they wanted him to do.  Now, He beats up on his girlfriend on a regular basis and often lands himself in jail.  He has had numerous orders of protection brought against him as other people, even his own friends, fear him.  He bounces from job to job as he will find a good one doing landscaping (what he is trained and skilled to do) but will have an argument with his supervisor or another co-worker and walks off the job.  To make matters even worse he has 3 children by 3 different mothers who all see this behavior of his.  I love my brother dearly but I haven't spoken to him in almost 3 years because of all of this. 

I am telling you this because anger and letting your illness go untreated is only going to make everything so much worse.  You sound like a smart, beautiful person and shouldn't have to go through all of this.... 


~elisha
Cats are like potato chips ~ you can't have just one
 


denton1980
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   Posted 3/29/2006 8:02 PM (GMT -7)   
devil  I'm new to this site and pretty messed up so I don'tknow how much my advice may help but I would like to try, so here goes nothing:
 
I have severe depression and anger problems as well and to curb my anger I write things down. Whenever I feel my anger starting to get out of control I grab my notebook and begin writing what has made me mad and exactly how I feel about it all. I then write what I feel like doing, like throwing the remote through the television screen. After that I make a list of what the consequences of that action would be, like cleaning up the mess and having to purchase a new television. If it is a person that has made me angry I try to remember one of the good times I have had with that person and write that down. Usually by the time I get through writing all of these things I have calmed down quite a bit but if I am still angry I take the time to stop and read what I wrote down. Sometimes I end up reading several of my anger enteries. Most of the time after reading them I realize that I shouldn't have gotten that worked up over what was going on.
 
I hope you at least give this a try. If you do, remember to hide your notebook from others because those are your thoughts and no one has a right to them unless you want to share it with them. I wish you the best of luck in getting control of it . Remember that some of the consequences could be lock up in one form or another and you don't want that.
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