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Intermittent Explosive Disorder Treatment

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition, lists intermittent explosive disorder (IED) as a mental health issue (DSM-5). Conduct disorder, Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), Pyromania, and Kleptomania are among the five impulse control disorders. Explosive anger disorder patients are unable to control their violent outbursts, which usually occur abruptly and are directed at […]

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Childhood Anger

Childhood anger is a common emotional experience among children and is defined as a strong feeling of displeasure or hostility in response to perceived threats or frustration of desires

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How To Destroy A Passive-Aggressive Person

Passive-aggressive behavior is characterized by indirect and often negative communication that is meant to convey one’s displeasure or disagreement without directly expressing it

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Passive Aggressive

Passive-aggressive refers to behavior that is indirect, unassertive, and subtly hostile or negative. It is a way of expressing negative emotions or feelings indirectly

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How To Deal With Intermittent Explosive Disorder

If you do not seek professional treatment for your intermittent explosive disorder, dealing with IED is likely beyond your control.

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Intermittent Explosive Disorder

Intermittent explosive disorder, often referred to as “getting mad over little things disorder” is a behavioral disorder marked by exaggerated

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Four Types of Temperaments

Many of us feel that the people in our lives shape our personalities, influencing our professional trajectories, personal experiences and temperaments. Each seemingly insignificant or significant encounter has the potential to impact our thinking and behavior; also, our representation of ourselves may vary over time as we meet other people and bid farewell to friends and loved ones. […]

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