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I have become inpatient for everything I will get anger soon I can't look after my baby also properly how to come out of this
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Hello, Getting frequently angered or being impatient is largely indicating of negative emotional state/ Unhappiness/ stress/ dissatisfaction etc. It’s important to understand the reasons for that. Visiting a psychologist would aid this process. Psychologist can then help you plan out strategies in order to control your anger and impulses. Also, in such situations, you can take a deep breath and count backward from 50 to 0 slowly. This will help in slowly calming your mind and in regaining control over the situation. Writing diary regarding such events and introspection too can be helpful. You can also join an exercise classes/ long brisk walking in order to release the excess energy.
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Consult a psychologist Anger management.
Health Tips
Regular exercises for 1hr daily.
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ARE you too tired?! Are u feeling lonely!! Are there anyone help you around?!! Your anger could be due to one of the above reasons.
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Consult a psychologist in ur city.
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This may be sign of agitated depression, consult a psychiatrist
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