exp Dr. CV Kuchi made a statement about the problem of anger which negatively affects social life. Kuchi said anger control disorders can be caused by factors such as stress, family problems, poor communication skills, financial problems, depression, loss of a loved one, substance and alcohol use, and said that anger can be one of the underlying causes. Epilepsy Although it is not accepted, when a person cannot control the symptoms of anger or these symptoms lead to dangerous behavior, it is considered as an anger control disorder.
“If you are aggressive when you are angry or thinking of being aggressive, you should seek professional help.”
Kuchi said that if a person cannot control their anger, they should seek expert help. If your peers are angry because you are angry most of the time, if you are angry or if you are constantly thinking of revenge, if you are aggressive or if you think of being aggressive when you are angry, you should seek professional help. “
“Anger can be expressed in different ways”
Mentioning that anger can express itself in different ways, said. Dr. CV Kuchi Kuchi, “A person’s belief in anger and his perception of how he should behave can affect the way he expresses his anger. Anger is usually expressed in one of three ways: internal, external or passive internal anger is self-directed anger. This includes talking negatively about yourself and often blaming yourself for the events (real or perceived). Some people may deprive themselves of things that make them happy as a ‘punishment’ for their harmful behavior out of anger. Other examples of expressing inner anger include isolation (self-isolation) and self-harm.
“Anyone who shows passive anger can be sarcastic, obscene, counter or silent.”
Expressing that outward anger is behavior that seems to be a clear sign of anger, Cusi said, “These behaviors usually include shouting, swearing, breaking something or physically or verbally abusing others. On the other hand, passive angry people express their dissatisfaction. Is expressed using indirect or covert means to do so. “A person who shows passive anger may be sarcastic, obscene, counter, or silent.”
“Some diseases of the brain such as epilepsy can cause anger control disorders”
Kuchi, your anger; Mentioning that stress, family problems, poor communication skills, financial problems, depression, substance abuse and alcohol use or grief can lead to depression. Some types of epilepsy usually occur with anger rather than fainting. If left untreated, the child may have behavioral problems. Finally, there is a typology in psychiatry that we call ‘epileptic character’. In some cases, these people lose themselves. They can express themselves by saying, ‘At the moment the movie is breaking down, I didn’t see anything, I shot, I broke it and then I regret it’.
In anger control problems, the priority is to reveal the underlying cause.
Cusi said that in order to deal with anger control problems, it is necessary to first reveal the underlying cause and said, “Following a therapeutic strategy for the cause will help you to deal with anger permanently. Some of these are those; Medical therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, communication skills development and group therapy ”.
“The goal of the medical program is to finally make the patient self-reliant”
Noting that anger can also be treated with medication, Kuchi said, “The goal of the medical program is to make the patient self-reliant in the end. You should consult a mental health professional about whether prescription medications can help you with your anger problems. Particular attention should be paid to the potential side effects and risk of addiction. The purpose of medication is to complete your recovery, not to complicate it.