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 Mental health uk?
To cut a long story short i have had depression & anxiety for 6 years i have been to the doctor he refered me to counseling and also mental health i was told i had clinical depression. Anways The ...

 On average, how many hours of sleep do you get on a normal weekend night?
This is for a math survey of mine....

 Do I honestly have depression? Im so confused with myself!?
I've seen my therapist twice and she made me do a depression test to see how depressed I am. Apparently I scored pretty darn high. Then I did Beck Depression Inventory today, and I scored above ...

 Did anyone else have selective mutism as a child? Has it had any effect on you as an adult?

 Will the stigma attached to mental health ever boil down to being as common and as unfeared as...?
the common cold or the ful virus? Or will those who suffer by no fault of their own continue to suffer in silence for fear of backlash due to their condition?
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 What do you think of people who become obessed with you from Y!Answers?
To the point that they follow who you pick for best answer and also follow your questions later just to give their opinon of your last question? Shouldn't stalking be banned from Y! Answers?

Instant Anger Management solutions?
I'm 21 years old and I'm usually very calm and laid back with my everyday experiences. However, I have been known to get almost uncontrollably angry when I think I'm being ripped off, when I'm told I have to pay lots of money, when I'm deeply insulted, just the usual things that would get anyone angry, really.
However I've found that when I get angry, I get absolutly uncontrollably angry. For example, when I was told I have to pay back $1000 of debt back to welfare, I saw red and threw chairs about and swore my head off while in the office. They weren't impressed with that, and I'm lucky not to be charged. The one that scares me most is when I have to drive after something bad happens. I start to speed and drive crazily, and I'm afraid it's only a matter of time before I have a crash!
I would really appreciate it if anyone can give me effective ways to calm down instantly and stay out of trouble when things aren't going my way. Thanks.
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I realise it probably has a lot to do with my age, testosterone levels and whatnot: which is why most people in jail are young men, (not to mention involved in more car accidents). I really don't want to be another statistic though. Thank you to everyone for you response, it's been great!

Dude wish I could help. I have the same problem. My father always said to close my eyes and count to ten. It worked for him the guy never lost his temper, but he also killed people for a living so I don't know. I could never get to ten myself I always said **** this by number five. I smoke alot that helps. Mabye you should consider therapy, or valium that'll do the trick.

A punching bag is good.
you can get your anger out and it hurts less than a wall, ha ha :D

jc skywalker
go for a walk will help with the stress or count to 100 or do both

toon l
stop throwing tantrums , take a few big deep breaths and realize that not every thing goes our own way grow up taking it out on objects is childish just remind your self

you need to answer the question, "is this important?" if you get in a crash you could kill someone. when you are told something you do not want to hear, ask questions as calmly as possible so that you can get a clear understanding of what is being told to you. for instance, if you are told you have to repay welfare, you need to know exactly why and what can be done to resolve the issue over time. usually, it is us that makes the mistake in not reporting income changes, familial changes, etc. and therefore are fined. think of how the situation could have been worse. they could have told you that you would be serving jail time on top of the repayment amount. always think of how it could be worse. if all else fails, bite your tongue and go wash your face with cold water and look yourself in the eye and tell yourself that you will learn from your mistakes. know that situations like this are not the end of the world and tell yourself, "this too shall pass" if none of these tactics work, see a counselor. you are not 2 years old and temper tantrums have consequences now. so be careful not to put yourself or someone else in danger.

♣Mǝfiǝ Girl♣
I think its age. I was the same at 21. I am 27 now and cool. Just take some hobbies and be cool. Dont waste money and dont make yourself get into situations where you can get angry. Avoid rather than confront. Cheers

i have a lot of anger all my friends tell me to go to anger management classes lol

start smoking

At the time of anger, if u r standing please sit down. drink a glass of water.Be cool after a while u will feel that anger is vanishing

The problem here is
You know the consequences after your wrath but you either forget or ignore it when you are mad. (me too)

The solution is
Remind youself of the consequences when u are angry. You will be able to regain conscious.

(for me, 50/50 chance)

Go chop a tree stump and play rock music (either on a radio or in your head)...

Just because the government tells you to pay back something does not mean they will go after you (unless you did an obvious fraud)....sometimes there is no money there for them to take and they know that...

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