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I been feeling very angry lots of stress n want to run no looking back its that signs of depression?

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Dr. K. Olson
Psychiatry
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In brief: Mixed state?

Mood extremes, irritability, impulsivity, and extreme restlessness or hyperactivity can signal bipolar illness.
A family history of mood swings/bipolar, substance abuse, or violence would be confirmatory. Many have problems with impulse control - spending indiscriminately, gambling, driving recklessly, and sexual indiscretions. Going for days with little sleep need and racing thoughts?Any new med?

In brief: Mixed state?

Mood extremes, irritability, impulsivity, and extreme restlessness or hyperactivity can signal bipolar illness.
A family history of mood swings/bipolar, substance abuse, or violence would be confirmatory. Many have problems with impulse control - spending indiscriminately, gambling, driving recklessly, and sexual indiscretions. Going for days with little sleep need and racing thoughts?Any new med?
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Dr. Donald Hazlett
Psychiatry

In brief: Agitated depression?

It could be other things but depression is a good bet.
Stress alone can make one angry & want to run from it. Whether "no looking back" means "now looking back" isn't clear in the question. Depressed folks often talk of just wanting to run away hoping to leave the depression & stress behind. It doesn't work. There is such a thing as agitated depression. Don't wait till it's unbearable to get help.

In brief: Agitated depression?

It could be other things but depression is a good bet.
Stress alone can make one angry & want to run from it. Whether "no looking back" means "now looking back" isn't clear in the question. Depressed folks often talk of just wanting to run away hoping to leave the depression & stress behind. It doesn't work. There is such a thing as agitated depression. Don't wait till it's unbearable to get help.
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