Well, me and my boyfriend have been dating for a long bit now. and everytime i see him i get mad at him, im bipolar so i think that might be the reason. and then again my parents are divorsing soon and ive been really upset about it, and really everything makes me mad lately. what should i do, no medicine..just i take it out on everyone lately
Considering that your parents are divorcing, and that you're mad at everything lately, it sounds to me like you're dealing with very, very heavy stress right now.
Talk with your closest friends right now. If they don't know about your parent's divorce, tell them. Let them know what you're going through. They know you best, they know how to best help you through your situation.
And my strongest advice (but only if you're comfortable doing this) is to talk with one of your parents about this.
Manulo answered Wednesday January 26 2005, 12:49 am: Well let's start with the issue with your parents. The burden your carrying inside along with the anger probably causes you to lash out at those around you. Look to your boyfriend and friends as a support system. It will be an easier process otherwise you will be dating misery and be surrounded by more anger as your friend. [ Manulo's advice column | Ask Manulo A Question ]
drjwlc4 answered Monday January 24 2005, 11:14 pm: well i dont think that you n your guy should break up i think that maybe when ever you get mad take a pillow and scream in it so that noone can here you or if you write a letter to yourself saying everything that is going on with you and everything that should work well i hope that i helped
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Spark120 answered Monday January 24 2005, 10:59 pm: take a dep breath, and everytime you're about to blow, think. do you want to be yelled at? i know that sounds wierd and stupid. but i did that to and i had to think about the other person. [ Spark120's advice column | Ask Spark120 A Question ]
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