turning aggressive

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by aquila, May 25, 2008.

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  1. aquila

    aquila Member

    I'm getting scared of myself. I'm getting very aggressive and have a bad attitude toward other people. I hate people on the street. When I talk to people I think about how I could kill them. I'm making lists of people to kill and think how I could kill the most before someone catches me. Thinking about what would be most fun, mass murder or serial killing. And fantasies about me stabbing, shooting, torturing people and so on.

    A few years ago I was a nice person who liked horses and cared about people. but now my mind is starting to turn me into an animal... . Has anyone else experienced this dehumanization of oneself? Are you experiencing it now and how do you deal with it? Or have your mind recovered to human thoughts again?
     
  2. MaNg0s

    MaNg0s Well-Known Member

    There was a point a couple of months ago where I was very aggressive snapping at my family and friends. I also got very violent thoughts about hurting people only people that annoyed me. But that has gone away sometimes I do feel very aggressive but it is not as bad as before. But then I just started doing stuff to take my mind off it like working out, playing video games, skating. I suggest just start doing some physical activities to take your mind off things it may help.
     
  3. fromthatshow

    fromthatshow Staff Alumni

    playing grand theft auto helps :smile:
     
  4. Cas

    Cas Well-Known Member

    A week ago I was this way..but after my last big mental break where I got really agrressive, I've been able to control it. I got to the point where I realised why I was angry and I'm doing my best to channel my anger into energy I can spend other ways..for me it's doing crafty/arty things, doing things for others and making future plans for myself so I have something to look forward to and think about every time I feel the need to be destructive.

    I hope you find something that helps you. :smile:

    And yeah, Grand Theft Auto does help. ehehehe.
     
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