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screaming tirades with no memory of screaming

From the time our relationship became serious when we were 21 years of age (we are in our 50s now) my then-girlfriend, then-fiancee, and now wife has often verbally assailed me in front of others in an extreme manner. Each time this occurs she uses the exact same wording as before, her body language is the same and the look of absolute hate on her face is the most disturbing of all. Her outbursts have nothing to do with a monthly cycle or menopause. I have tried confronting her about this after she has calmed down from about 5 minutes after the event to 24 hours after the event and the results

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screaming tirades with no memory of screaming

I can't diagnose from here, but one possibility is ADHD. I have known and lived with a few, one of whom is clinically diagnosed and the other is his parent - odds are 30% that one parent has passed it on. These people react first before thinking clearly so make bad spot decisions. If she has some animosity toward you, then her brain justifies her decision every time she lashes out. Very classic from my experience and talking to another person in my book club who said she is also ADHD. She said until she got treatment her whole life was spent not knowing what she was doing. I could go on forever with anecdotes, but you can Google the symptoms and guess - only a medical professional can diagnose though. Good luck - my spouse would go into a screaming fit if I ever brought it up, so I had to make the decision whether it was worth living with a person suffering disability.At least getting diagnosis about her nasty son helped dealing with him - I ignore everything and don't talk to him anymore because I realize there is a permanent wall thicker than any one that any politician wants to build.
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Lifelong Anxiety and Mental Pain

I'm sure others have read but have nothing to say/advise. The fact that you survived is testimony to your strength physically and mentally.   You have your children, any grandchildren?, and that and friends (there some out there but you have to go out, get involved, look) are your best path to some level of happiness.  Most areas have a Senior Center (free, paid by local taxes) that is a place to met other people 60 and over.  How about church?  I am not a church goer myself, but it seem to be a big help to many people. Be well, and go out and get involved in with people in productive and recreational activities... volunteer work at the Hospital is an idea, assuming you have the "spare" time.
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Behavior Problem: Girl who does well in school, not at home

If she doesn't answer this post, please do a people search at the top of the page for specialmom, and click on her page, and look at some of her posts.  
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Alcoholic mother. I'm sick of it.

Hi there. Sorry you are having to deal with this. I've been on both sides of the equation and neither is pleasant. Your mother is suffering from an illness that is composed of a physical allergy to, and a mental obsession for alcohol. The obsession can be treated, but the allergy will always be present. In order for her to recover, she will likely need medically supervised treatment initially, and aftercare such as AA and/or counseling. To help you cope I would recommend alanon or alateen. Most importantly, she will have to want to get better for there to be a favorable outcome, as most alcoholics find little more than a shaky and short lived period of sobriety until they have had enough pain. Hope this helps and keep posting- GM
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25-year old hypochondriac blues

It does sound like you're obcessing about your health which goes along with anxiety.  But look at all the worrying you've done, and still...you are fine.  We all make typos, and forget things, and anxiety can cause this as well.  I hate to hear of young people worrying their life away when they should be busy living life.  You admit you're a hypocondriac, so now try to ACCEPT that you are okay, acceptance is the key here.  Start enjoying your life so that you become too busy to worry over every little ache and pain.  I know it's difficult, but I think you can do this.  You don't want to wake up an old person some day and wonder where the years went.  Start doing things you enjoy and are passionate about, start living.  Best of luck and take care.
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fibromyalgia

Chest pain can be caused by pnuemonia, among many other things, like a pulled muscle.  By the sounds of things, this is not related to your fibromylagia and you should most likely follow up with your doctor to find out what is wrong. Especially if it is that severe that your pain meds are not helping.
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acth stim test and cortisol results advise please

So, you had nurse nasty who did not even handle the tube correctly and spazzed out your son... so the doc has to see the tests and will not even know the circumstances... ACTH would degrade so it was amazing it was even that high (my lab is 6-48) so he was fairly normal... But he was supposed to be calm during the test after all they want the stim agent to work, not the nurse! But he did not double so that was good and he did not reach the 32 that some docs want but his cortisol was in a normal level to start (due in good part to the IV process I would bet)... Make sure you tell the doc about the circumstances - it should not be a high enough jump but some docs... And tell him that nurse should not give the test to children - ever!
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Child will NOT and i repeat NOT go to sleep

Gracious.   Is this new for her?  Or has she been like this since birth? It might be helpful if you could write out an actual time chart.  You speak in hyperbole,  saying you never get no sleep whatsoever but you'd be dead by now if you didn't get any sleep whatsoever.   So it's helpful if yo actually look at the reality of exactly what the time frames are here for her sleep. Have you talked to her pediatrician?
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ect - anybody know anything about it.

I have been through 3 courses of ECT. Yes, it did affect my memory. Personally I feel that ECT works well for those who are not reponsive to medicine or who are very suicidal. As the effect is very fast. I am not sure why others view or experiences with ECT is so bad, but it did help me when I am very suicidal. Maybe I can share the process with you, but I did it in Singapore so not very sure will it be the same. I did it 3 times and for each course there are 6 sessions of treatment. The very first time I did, I had a very bad haedache and jaw pain when I woke up. The process normally start with the doctor put electrode at the side of the head with a rubber band to secure it, then local anaesthesia is given and I will be in dream land, I did not feel any pain during the process only waking up with a headache and jaw pain. I know you are very concern about memory, for me it did affect some part, the very first time when I woke up I cannot rememebr my telephone number and where I stay but that last only maybe for one or two days. There are indeed certain episodes in my life that I forgot. Honestly, my memory is not that good now. (Not sure it is because I did too many) I have to think harded and longer but eventually I will still able to remember. I am not sure why someone said that was worst then being raped. Well, if I can remember the process so clearer maybe it is not that bad. I met someone in the hospital, she also did ECT. And I think it really help her, in fact it seem like she turn into a different person. Before she did the ECT she was like motionless lying in bed not eating not drinking, cannot recognise herself. After one treatment, wow she knows who she is and started talking to us, telling us her name. Well, I meet her a few months after the ECT and she still can remember me. My experience with ECT is not really very bad. Since I was not reponsive to medicine, my mum signed the form everytime. And it really bring me out of my despression and suicidal thoughts.This is just my personal experience with ECT, I'm not sure whether it will be the same for everyone.My advice is that unless you are really depressed or very suicidal then you can try ECT. But ECT can be life saving.
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