Shout, a sign of mental disorder (2)

By Bode Durojaiye.

It has become habitual for some people , especially women, to either shout at their children, husbands , customers or transfer anger over a minor issue , which ordinarily should have been resolved amicably.

These habits show that such women have mental disorder because their behaviours are abnormal , but depict those with the least mental magnitude.

They lack manners, always think awkwardly , not principled as their philosophy of life is to eat and drink.

This category of women, who could best be referred to as beasts, are suffering from intermittent explosive disorder which involves repeated, sudden episodes of impulsive, aggressive, violent behaviour or angry verbal outbursts in which they react grossly out of proportion to the situation.

Road rage, domestic abuse, throwing or breaking objects, or other temper tantrums are some signs of intermittent explosive disorder.

If you are one of these I’ll mannered women , wives or mothers, you need intensive psychiatric treatment.

These intermittent, explosive outbursts cause one significant distress, negatively impact ones relationships and they can have legal and financial consequences.

Intermittent explosive disorder is a chronic disorder that can continue for years, although the severity of outbursts may decrease with age. Treatment involves medications and psychotherapy to help the victim control her aggressive impulses.

Explosive eruptions occur suddenly, among these women with little or no warning, and usually last less than 30 minutes.

They are irritable, impulsive, aggressive or unnecessarily angry most of the time.

Aggressive episodes by these women may be preceded or accompanied by:

Their explosive verbal and behavioral outbursts are out of proportion to the situation, with no thought to consequences, and can include:
temper tantrums, tirades, heated arguments, shouting, slapping, shoving or pushing, physical fights, property damage, threatening or assaulting people or animals.

These uncultured and irresponsible women feel a sense of relief and tiredness after the episode. Later, they may feel remorse, regret or embarrassment.

If you recognize your own irrational behaviour in the description of intermittent explosive disorder, talk with your doctor about treatment options or ask for a referral to a mental health professional.

The exact cause of this mental disorder is unknown, but experts say it’s probably caused by a number of environmental and biological factors.

Most women with this habit of shouting, but do not know is a mental disorder grew up in families where explosive behaviour and verbal and physical abuse were common.

Being exposed to this type of violence at an early age makes it more likely these children will exhibit these same traits as they mature.

To be continued…….

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