To give a bit of a back ground. I was a member of the anxiety, stress mangement communities for a brief short time. However, I did not feel I was getting support or even being heard so I removed myself. I feel my anxiety and stress are tied. Which could possibly tie my anger. I do have a bit of temper and do snap over stupid things. I was dignosed w/ bi polar when I was younger, but have not followed through w/ this since I have gotten married. My dh doesn't won't to think he wife is controlled by meds. I myself do not feel I need medication to control my life as well. I believe that it is for some, but not for me. I can go from being nice to being angry at the drop of a hat. (from 0-60 in a matter of seconds). I feel as though I blackout durning my "sessions" of anger if you will. I can't remember half of what I said or have done. I don't know how to control myself when I get provoked or in situations. I feel as though I have to lash out and get defensive or I lose control. I have tried walking away, but rarely succeed. I have to have the last word. I feel that as long as I have control of the situation then I have control, but anger takes over every time. I feel that if I can control my anger then I can notice the triggers and try to avoid them all together. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.
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