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how can i stop being mad all the time? i get mad all the time for some reson and i dont like it at all. when someone says something that is the truth about me that im doing wrong i justed im not then after that i feel bad then i want to say sorry....so how can stop being man all the time?
there is no easy answer..it may be you are mad at something you are not dealing with, and it comes out at time; could be your self doubt is being triggered. Go to my website for a free 3 day program to look at what is going on, and what you can do about..take the sessions on anger , both control and what it means...www.myvirtualshrink.com
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