have you any tips … i just lost my cool with my dad and im a bit ashamed
Yes I am good, my self-control in general is excellent.
I think everyone loses their cool every now and then. See if you can patch things up with your father.
i m ok, not perfect but ok
life in genereal is full of nonsense anyway
Its meds related for SZics. I was in anger every time when on Ablify. Then changed to Amulspride tablets and it was in control.
@anon68148378 what is your home state in India?
I am in the state of Chhattisgarh, middle area of India. How are you @Chess24. Very few person talk to me in this forum.
@anon68148378 so you know Hindi?
Can you read, write and speak in Hindi?
Yes i can. It is my own language.
Wow @anon68148378, it means you are awesome, because the Indian languages are among the toughest
in the world. If you have good command of it it says great things about you.
I’m much better than I used to be. Anger management classes and therapy have made the difference. You can also buy therapy books online for this.
My trouble was bottling things up ,and then ending up giving a level 5 reaction to a level 3 situation . I think the depot overall has helped with that.
Meds helped reduce my anger issues. Without meds I threw knives at my brothers. Never done that on meds since my diagnosis in 2011 except when I smoked weed. Weed made me psychotic eventhough I was on meds, it broke the meds.
When I get angry, I get anxious. And when I get anxious, I get voices and derealization
Its good that you feel ashamed after getting angry at someone, I can’t and sometimes it causes more problems as I can never apologize. Idk why its hard maybe bcz I have little emotions due to negative symptoms.
I have days where I wake up in a bad mood and can be short with my parents. I recognize the bad mood though and just hide away in my room. It’s part of schizophrenia. One of the symptoms is irritability
i recommend the gym room for some physical release of tension.
hope it works for you, judy
Like @ifeelblessed said, you can release tension and anger by working out. It’s a super healthy thing to do
It depends around my grandmother it’s tough.
Anger isn’t always easy to control in the spur of the moment. What you CAN work on is how you channel it, the thoughts that cause you anger, and on making sure those affected knows you’re sorry.
I find it easier to forgive someone’s angry outbursts if they at least let me know they’re aware they did wrong.