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Amber1874
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My Dad is a very nice man, he’s always polite, works hard and loves us all dearly. But all of a sudden he shouts at me and my mum, swear a lot until we get upset. And then in 10 minutes he changes. He’s back to normal. At the start we thought it was just when he was drunk. But even when he’s sober. It’s the little things like leaving a dog biscuit on the floor it’s why didn’t you clean it up you lazy ****. And then he’s normal and nice again. I’m not sure what’s wrong with him.
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Maybe he is stressed about something?
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(Original post by Amber1874)
My Dad is a very nice man, he’s always polite, works hard and loves us all dearly. But all of a sudden he shouts at me and my mum, swear a lot until we get upset. And then in 10 minutes he changes. He’s back to normal. At the start we thought it was just when he was drunk. But even when he’s sober. It’s the little things like leaving a dog biscuit on the floor it’s why didn’t you clean it up you lazy ****. And then he’s normal and nice again. I’m not sure what’s wrong with him.
Stress or anxiety, just see what’s up
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If things get out of hand remember to call 0800 1111.
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I agree with black tea. Maybe he is stressed or has stuff on his mind? Maybe he just has moments where he thinks about things that are bothering him?
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He’s bipolar
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tourettes
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schizophrenia

or maybe hes having a breakdown/midlife crisis?
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He’s bipolar
Generally the bipolar mood changes aren’t that quick. Normally days to months of extreme lows followed by extreme highs (not just being happy but also acting irrationally).

How long has he been behaving like this? It could indicate a mental health problem or if it’s quite new, possibly a physical problem with his brain?
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Generally the bipolar mood changes aren’t that quick. Normally days to months of extreme lows followed by extreme highs (not just being happy but also acting irrationally).

How long has he been behaving like this? It could indicate a mental health problem or if it’s quite new, possibly a physical problem with his brain?
Only a couple of months
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Only a couple of months
Okay, so this is not just his personality. There could be something that’s stressing him out at work or if not I’d advise that you encourage him to speak to someone and get help for a mental illness or possibly a physical thing affecting his brain. A medical professional would be able to give the best advice on this. Encourage him to see his GP.
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