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A person is very irritated, loosing temper quickly, morning

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A person is very irritated, loosing temper quickly, morning moodiness, avoids communications in the morning because it will irritated him and make him angry; if he gets upset at someone he won’t communication with this person for a long time (week), he can’t go back to normal mood easily it will take few days or up to a week. Example: the person will get angry in disagreement such as different opinion; gets very angry on minor things such as did not serve food in his favorite dish, …. Is this person suffers from psychological disorder, if so what kind (name of disorder)?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mental Health
Expert:  Dr. Z replied 1 year ago.

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I am sorry that you are having issues with this individual and their anger issues. As you know I cannot diagnose this person without a face to face evaluation, but it may be possible to speculate as to the cause of his behavioral issues surrounding this anger and holding a grudge. May I ask, how old is this person? For how long has he been behaving in this way? Are there any other symptoms present besides the anger?