Mental Illness and Anger

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Here's what's happening on the HealthyPlace site this week:

Mental Illness and Anger

Do you have anger issues? Have you found it difficult to control your anger?

If you look down the symptom list of various mental illnesses, you'll see "anger" there. Anger is connected with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, personality disorders and others. Why is anger a symptom of mental illness? For the most part, people without mental health problems aren't carrying a lot of anger inside over a prolonged period of time. They also have the capacity to control their anger. For those with a mental health condition, anger can be simmering below the surface ready to bubble up at a moment's notice.

There's also the issue of depression and impulsivity. When a person is depressed, many times they don't care how they come across. And with impulsivity, a lack of control, a person may just blurt out their feelings and not think about the ramifications.

Why are People with Mental Illness Angry?

Bill MacPhee has schizophrenia and is owner of Schizophrenia Magazine. In this video, he talks about mental illness and anger from a patient's perspective.

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Most Popular HealthyPlace Articles Shared by Facebook Fans

Here are the top 3 mental health articles HealthyPlace Facebook fans are recommending you read:

  1. How to Help Someone with a Mental Illness
  2. Types of Child Abuse
  3. Love Heals, Kindness Heals

If you're not already, I hope you'll join us/like us on Facebook too. There are a lot of wonderful, supportive people there.


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From the HealthyPlace Mental Health Blogs

Your comments and observations are welcomed.

Feel free to share your thoughts and comments at the bottom of any blog post. And visit the mental health blogs homepage for the latest posts.

Managing the Effects of Anxiety on HealthyPlace TV

Managing anxiety isn’t always about taking antianxiety medications. Watch therapist, Jodi Aman, discuss her holistic approach to managing anxiety. It works for many.

That's it for now. If you know of anyone who can benefit from this newsletter or the HealthyPlace.com site, I hope you'll pass this onto them. You can also share the newsletter on any social network (like facebook, stumbleupon, or digg) you belong to by clicking the links below. For updates throughout the week:

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