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Tinty
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I get annoyed or angry really easily. Its always happened but now its happening more to the people I really care about. I feel really bad, especially if it happens to my boyfriend cos I'm with him most the time and so he gets alot of it.
I am now getting angry at myself for being angry and annoyed. It wont stop and go away.
My boyfriends told me to go to doctors which I have and have pretty much been diagnosed with depression. I'm going to be having counselling, but I went last week and I've had no call or other information.

I really want to change because I'm really starting to hate myself as a person.
I keep saying sorry to my boyfriend but I'm saying it too often.

I'm asking for advice on how I can change.
I dont want to lose my bf because of how I am. I love him so much.

Should I call the doctors to find out about the counselling?
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(Original post by Tinty)
I get annoyed or angry really easily. Its always happened but now its happening more to the people I really care about. I feel really bad, especially if it happens to my boyfriend cos I'm with him most the time and so he gets alot of it.
I am now getting angry at myself for being angry and annoyed. It wont stop and go away.
My boyfriends told me to go to doctors which I have and have pretty much been diagnosed with depression. I'm going to be having counselling, but I went last week and I've had no call or other information.

I really want to change because I'm really starting to hate myself as a person.
I keep saying sorry to my boyfriend but I'm saying it too often.

I'm asking for advice on how I can change.
I dont want to lose my bf because of how I am. I love him so much.

Should I call the doctors to find out about the counselling?
Yeah, you should. Recognising a problem + seeking help for it will put you half way towards sorting it out. I've experienced similar problems and what I'd recommend is to try counselling, see if it helps. You might not find counselling to be having much of an effect, if so then you might want to ask the doctor for advice on other forms of help you could get.

Give it a go, see how it goes and good luck!

Hope this helps
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Thanks. I dont really wanna go talk to someone about stuff. I dont tend to talk to people and always bottled it up.
I'm not a great talker either.
I'm willing to do it but its gonna be wierd
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Gosh this sounds like me! Ive got better recently but ive gone through stages where ive temp lost friends due to getting angry at those closest to me. It then caused me to be stressed for ages and ages about it and our friendships.
My mum always tried to encourage me to go see a counsellor, but i never went in the end. I sometimes find it hard to talk to my friends because i am the listener. As in i always have friends coming to me for a chat, and i just find it hard to open up to most of my friends and therefore tell them im fine when im not.

Sorry ive rambled a bit off topic there, i say go and talk to someone, it does good and can help release stress and anxiety.
Hope you feel better soon, its horrible to feel like that.
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I would definately suggest that you see someone, you have got to the point where you can realise that you have a problem and you obviously know that you need to try and go about fixing it. Counselling can come in many shapes and you will be placed with the right type if you need it. Try and stress to your boyfriend how much you dont want to be this way etc, im sure he will understand he seems to already as he is suggesting you try and get some sort of treatment so he does care for you.
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Do you live at home with your parents? Whn I lived at home, I was frustrated and angry all the time.

I moved out, to the other side of the world (Australia->Germany) and I haven't been angry in 3.something months!
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What happens in terms of your behaviour when you become angry? Do you become violent or destructive? Sounds like some kind of mild intermittent explosive disorder.
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