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Individuals with rage disorder have smaller volumes in brain areas linked to emotion

On any given afternoon on the Kennedy Expressway, there are bound to be incidents of road rage – explosive, sometimes violent outbursts of anger. But terrible Chicago traffic isn’t the only reason why these events are so frequent. 446 more words

At The Bench

Impulse Control Disorders

In 2008, I read my treatment plan one day and saw my DSM-IV diagnostic classification. I had not only been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, which I already knew. 705 more words

Mental Health

She Swings.... AND ITS OUTTA THE PARK!!!! :crowd goes wild:

I love when life likes to keep me on my toes. Sorry I didnt update this in a long time. My mom was in the hospital all week last week. 303 more words


Bipolar Rage

If you are close to someone with Bipolar, there’s a good chance you’ve seen them rave and rant, threaten, throw objects, say horrible things, scream and yell and even become physically violent toward another. 740 more words

Life With Bipolar

KILL IT BEFORE IT KILLS YOU- Intermittent Explosive Disorder | Anger - Definition | Impact | Remedies

According to ancient Indian texts, ‘Anger’ is one of the 6 harmful senses affecting humans. But as any other emotion its presence is mandatory in human mind. 492 more words

Health Care


1. Get out of my way you!!!!???.

2. If you don’t speed up, I’ll ride your bumper til you do.

3. It is not my fault since I am medically suffering from an intermittent explosive disorder. 10 more words


Uncontrollable anger prevalent among US youth

29 JUL 2012

Intermittent Explosive Disorder affects up to 6 million US adolescents

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. adolescents have experienced an anger attack that involved threatening violence, destroying property or engaging in violence toward others at some point in their lives. 451 more words

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