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Doctor insights on: Passive Aggressive Rage

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Can someone describe passive aggressive behavior for me?

Can someone describe passive aggressive behavior for me?

Interaction style: Passive/aggressive behavior is a way some react when asked to do something they do not really like but believe they cannot outright refuse to do. Instead, they have a negative attitude, "forget" to carry out tasks, or make careless mistakes. They often are critical of authority & alternate between outright hostility & contrition. If chronic, it is called passive-aggressive personality disorder. ...Read more

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Passive aggressive behavior how to cope with it...?

Talk: Talk to the person who you believe has this behavior. Don't be accusing, but let the person know how you feel and jo the behavior is causing problems. ...Read more

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Can passive agressives be monogamous?

Yes: They can be monogamous. They are at higher risk for being unfaithful though when compared to people who are not passive aggressive. ...Read more

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What is 'passively aggressive'?

What is 'passively aggressive'?

Behavioral pattern: See this site for information in this topic. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/passive-aggressive-behavior/an01563. ...Read more

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What can stem ggressive behavior?

What can stem ggressive behavior?

Love and Education: One of my favorite writers on this topic is dr. James gilligan. His studies of the rehabilitation of violent criminals has shown that re-humanizing people with love, respect, and education has been effective in stemming aggressive behavior among violent offenders. By contrast, degradation, humiliation, intimidation, and threats tend to increase violence. ...Read more

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Does childhood abuse and neglect often lead to adult criminal behavior?

Does childhood abuse and neglect often lead to adult criminal behavior?

Maybe: Abused children are much more highly represented among the ranks of poor learners, misbehaving, aggressive and oppositional conduct disordered kids. These conditions can subsequently lead to adult criminal behavior if interventions don't occur in childhood. ...Read more

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How to suppress aggressive behavior?

Need a workuo: Aggressive behavior has many possible causes--need to figure out causes in order to treat. ...Read more

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What are warning signs for youth considering committing violent acts against others? @drpam

Dr. Pam Yoder Dr. Yoder
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What are warning signs for youth considering committing violent acts against others? @drpam

Psychologists' views: I interviewed experts for this article on school violence in '01. It was published on webmd and picked up widely (as on site below). Sadly it is still needed. If there are more current views, please add an answer or comments after reading this: http://www.Mombu.Com/politics/guns/t-opinion-blood-in-the-schoolyard-10495655.Html. ...Read more

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Metadate 10mg, child is now talking excessively & more hyper & aggressive?

Metadate 10mg, child is now talking excessively & more hyper & aggressive?

Talk to your doc: There a couple of things here to consider. If your child truly has adhd, another medication may need to be tried. You might want to consider a non-stimulant, such as strattera (atomoxetine). I have also seen children misdiagnosed as adhd in whom symptoms are exacerbated by stimulants such as metadate because their underlying problem is not adhd. ...Read more

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Which mental disorder are manipulative personality and playing victim symptoms of?

Which mental disorder are manipulative personality and playing victim symptoms of?

Psychopath: When i hear about manipulative behavior this could be a psychopathic person who wants to "get one over" on you or it could be someone with a histrionic personality who would be manipulative to get one's attention not for the purpose of exploiting the person like the psychopath. Playing the victim can be from many different types of disorders (e.g. Trauma, borderline pd, ) or just personality styl. ...Read more

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Can a traumatic experience push someone with potential psychopathic tendencies into full blown psychopathy?

Can a traumatic experience push someone with potential psychopathic tendencies into full blown psychopathy?

PTSD.: Post-traumatic stress disorder is a strong impetus for mental illness, both in those predisposed to such and in those who are not. In the context you mentioned, intense psychological counseling and perhaps medications may be helpful for someone so suffering. ...Read more

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Is prolonged anger with verbal abuse part of bipolar disorder?

Is prolonged anger with verbal abuse part of bipolar disorder?

It can be: and if the person is a male it probably means depression. Here is some information about the different way depression affects high control and high achieving individuals: http://www.black-bile.com/Depressionandsuicideinhighachievers.html ...Read more

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Can giving aggressive children the weed drug prvent bullying?

Can giving aggressive children the weed drug prvent bullying?

No way!: Giving children weed is not an appropriate way to deal with bullying. Instead you need to investigate and deal with why a particular child is bullying. This may be very complicated, and many factors may inter-relate. Children frequently model what they are shown at home. They also can bully when chronically shamed and humiliated. http://tinyurl.com/ce4ygf look deeper, and work with the child. ...Read more

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Is impulsive behavior the first sign of future suicidal or homicidal behavior?

Is impulsive behavior the first sign of future suicidal or homicidal behavior?

Probably not: The first signs of suicidal or homicidal behavior tend to be either depression or a general lack of concern for the well-being of others. While someone that impulsive may make a decision the harm themselves or others, we are more interested in suicidal or homicidal thoughts as a precursor to such behavior. ...Read more

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Are oral cancers normally aggressive or non-aggressive and slow?

Are oral cancers normally aggressive or non-aggressive and slow?

Aggressive: Most head and neck cancer are relatively aggressive. They can cause symptoms earl and if not treated early can lead to significant decrements in quality of life and a significantly shortened life span. In general any cancer should be considered life threatening regardless of whether it grows fast or slow; it's ability to spread is what makes it dangerous. ...Read more

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Are violent games generally more addictive than non-violent video games?

Are violent games generally more addictive than non-violent video games?

No Studies Yet: There hasn't been much research yet on the addictiveness of different varieties of video games, but it's likely that the key isn't in the genre of the game (shooters, sports, racing, etc.) but in the reward response it triggers in the patient. There is some research into similarites between gaming addiction and gambling addiction exploring the similar responses they both trigger. ...Read more

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What are common treatment facilities that treat compulsive behavior addictions such as internet, video games, ect?

What are common treatment facilities that treat compulsive behavior addictions such as internet, video games, ect?

Yes: There are many out there. This is one that i know of: http://morningsiderecovery.Com/addiction-treatment/video-games/gaming-addiction-treatment.Php. ...Read more

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Is it possible that someone with bpd act pretty normal with no rage or verbal abuse for 4-5 straight months?

Is it possible that someone with bpd act pretty normal with no rage or verbal abuse for 4-5 straight months?

That is: Possible. Have you ever heard the poem that goes something like this "when she was good, she was very, very good. But when she was bad, she was horrid.". ...Read more