I.E.D. Is very real and it lives in a mind so young..

Posted: December 14, 2015 in Whatever
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Intermittent explosive disorder(sometimes abbreviated as IED) is a behavioral disorder characterized byexplosive outbursts of anger, often to the point of rage, that are disproportionate to the situation at hand (e.g., impulsive screaming triggered by relatively inconsequential events).

Understanding Explosive Disorder

Explosive disorder is characterized by failure to resist aggressive impulses, resulting in serious assaults or property destruction. Examples of this behavior include threatening to or actually hurting another person and purposefully breaking or damaging an object of value. It is an impulse control disorder and it has been suggested as the underlying cause of road rage (Wikipedia).

The individual may describe the episodes of explosiveness as “spells” or “attacks” in which the explosive behavior is preceded by a sense of tension or arousal and followed immediately by a sense of relief. Often genuine regret is expressed after the outburst. Later the individual may also feel upset, remorseful or embarrassed about the behavior. 

A child so young… 

Individuals with Explosive Disorder sometimes describe intense impulses to be aggressive prior to their aggressive acts. Explosive episodes may be associated with affective symptoms such as irritability or rage, increased energy, and racing thoughts during the aggressive impulses and acts, and rapid onset of depressed mood and fatigue after the acts.

So intensly smart…

These definitions are not of my own. They are the research of several sites to help deal with the pain and suffering caused by such a little beating heart…

Ill continue to breathe…

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