What Is BPD?

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2. Explosive Anger

In a person with BPD, intense and explosive anger can flare up unexpectedly and unprovoked. You may lose your temper frequently, lash out with sarcasm, or engage in physical fights. Once your fuse is lit, you may not be able to control yourself at all and may be completely consumed by rage.

Your explosive anger causes you to throw things, break nearby objects, yell and curse, or even engage in physical fights. Extreme bitterness may be evident in the words you hurl like weapons. Even those close to you are not exempt from your uncontrollable anger.


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