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    Not sure if this is depression but...
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    An_252476 posted:
    Sometimes I go into fits where its almost like I want to be depressed. I'll deliberately pick fights or avoid my boyfriend, same goes with friends. I don't know what's wrong with me and I don't catch myself until I'm already in the middle of a fight!

    Any ideas?
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    rohvannyn responded:
    Could you be feeling frustrated or helpless about something, and want an excuse to lash out to relieve some tension? This sometimes happens to me, and it's a pain. It mostly happens when I feel helpless to confront the real cause of my problems so I unwittingly lash out at others.


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