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Definitely has an anger problem, never takes the time to analyze the situation, but just flys of the handle into a screaming outburst, always claiming that it is we who are treating her wrongly.
She is not depressed and can go about her daily activities and job with no difficulty.
As an example; if I tell her that I'm planning a trip for us to a place that I think she will enjoy, and upon seeing pictures of it on the web, she agrees and is excited about going there until I say that I'd been wanting to go there for years, and then her attitude turns hostile and she starts to get irritated and the screaming begins with her claiming that I only want to go there because I've been wanting to see it for a while not because for us to spend time together! IS THAT RATIONAL BEHAVIOUR?
THIS IS JUST ONE EXAMPLE OF HER RESPONSE TO SUCH AND SIMILAR SCENARIOS ON A DAILY BASIS!
How can I and her family reason with her? Clinically, is there a term for this type of