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Faerie420

796d

My anxiety causes me to be irrationally angry. anyone else?

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    • Wanderprone

      793d

      Yes! Typically intense irritability for a short period of time. I feel so guilty for how I acted afterward when the anxiety clears.

    • Wanderprone

      793d

      Yes! Typically intense irritability for a short period of time. I feel so guilty for how I acted afterward when the anxiety clears.

    • Chogini

      793d

      Yes I feel bad because it can last for hours, it can start when I wake up and I have to put myself in a corner to calm myself. Noises make it worse like random sings or smacking

    • barny

      795d

      yes omg does anyone lash out because sounds are too loud?

    • BunnyLesbian

      795d

      in certain situations, especially social ones, ABSOLUTELY. i feel so bad for getting short with people but it feels like im going to explode if someone breathes on me.

    • SpeechlessPoet

      795d

      All. The. Time. It also makes me feel extremely guilty for it later on and I spend hours crying over how mean I was when I was angry. But the anger fits come out of nowhere and they’re bad. It feels like I’m watching another human shout and tirade and not me because it’s so unlike me to get so angry at something.

    • lizard93

      795d

      Yes. If im extremely anxious I come off as snappy. My boyfriend will get my xanax for me. Lol.

    • MidnightSM93

      796d

      Can’t remember name but i found a website based genome attachment program onto 23andme and it told me i have. ANOTHER mutation which makes me prone to “extreme anger”

    • finnfinn97

      796d

      Only if I’m feeling anxious and there’s alot of noise around me

    • Lennyxthelynx

      796d

      Yes! The anxiety, PTSD and Bipolar all make me REALLY irritable

    • suffocait

      796d

      Yes!! i hate not having things in my control

    • Aceyp

      796d

      Yes :/ it’s because if everything isn’t under my control I lash out at anyone who might be around just trying to live their life

    • Faerie420

      796d

      It's been so debilitating for me. I lash out almost everyday and having to ask for my needs to be met is such a huge trigger. I need to learn to control it, I have 3 broken fingers due to being unable to control it. I smoke oil and am on buspar but it's definitely not helping

    • Elian

      796d

      yes! I get angry over the smallest things and can't control it. it's been a lot better since starting abilify but I still struggle with it. it's also been getting better on a lower dose of lexapro

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