When people do or say things annoy me, I have these thoughts of...throwing things at them, or smacking them, or kicking them in the knee caps! I'd never really do it, but just someone standing beside my desk irritates me to the point of wanting to throw my stapler at them! The old lady in the pdoc office the other day, going on an on about her credit card and receipt and she should've brought a briefcase, and blah blah blah....I literally had to close my ears and rub them so the thught of cussing her out would go away. Is this normal? I told the pdoc when he saw me. I told him that the crazy woman behind me that kept tapping her foot made me want to shake her and tell her to stop. He said I'm a very angry woman and "that's why I'm on Lithium" now. Any suggestions? Am I really this unstable and crazy or is it really a part of the depression that can be controlled with all of these new medications that I'm on now?
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