Sometime I behave normal. But suddenly I get hyper and I behave very rude to everyone .I feel very uncomfortable then I find my way to stay alone for moment. I think too much for little things .and it's really hurts me .
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Hi,......from whatever you have said I understand that,there may be 2 things .....,and they may be interlinked. One that you have mood swings,or confusion. Second that somewhere down below the line ,deep within,....... you are hurt.
So whenever something triggers that part of your hurt or dissatisfaction .......,you react rather than responding.
Coming back to little things.....these little things matter to you and so you think so much about it.
So what you need is help.......
Help from a counsellor to find out the reason where is it coming from. What is that you are hurt about ? what are reasons of your anger. ? What's the source ?
Once you are able to find a connection ,you will be able to come out of it. Also u will be able come out of the vicious circle that you get angry and then u feel bad ,you feel bad you think about it a lot ,....again get frustrated because you can't control your self and don't know the reasons why you are doing so,... so you again loose your temper. Till then tc
Hello- First, let's start with some basic questions of health.
Do you get at least 7 hours of sleep daily?
Do you exercise? This could mean yoga, running, walking, etc.
How about eating habits? What types of food are you feeding your body with? Are they wholesome food items, or are they mainly processed meals?
Do you scream and yell, and then regret it almost instantly? What sets you off? Why do you feel the need to respond the way you do?
Are you satisfied with your life? If no, why not?
I'm asking these types of questions because I want you to learn how to self-assess. This means you will have to spend some time and ask yourself some hard questions. And you must answer those questions with action.
It is what's going on inside that is reacting to what's going on outside. And if you are aware that your reaction to the external situation is not what you want to keep doing then we need to figure out why you have the habit of being short-tempered.
Here are a couple of things I would recommend you do:
a. Get enough sleep.
b. Meditate. Atleast 10min two times a day.
c. Know that you cannot change other people, but you can change how you react to them. Redirect your anger to your breathing, to cleaning, to writing, to walking, to running, to organizing your closet, to simply just smile and say, "OK." I