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Can anger issues be hereditary? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 29-Sep-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you today?
User:i have a daughter of 2.9 yrs of age
User:myself , my mother and my wife is family member leaves in house
User:my mother got high preasure, and she takes medicine
User:my wife also is angry women, when she gets angry she carrys on for 2-3 days
User:i am also very angry man
User:when get angry in a spike of the moment dont know whts i am doing
User:but challange is my daughter is also becoming like that
User:i want my daughter should not be like this
Doctor:Kids usually learn the behavior from adults
Doctor:As they tend to imitate the adults around
Doctor:It is a good thing that you have insight into the problem
Doctor:It is also a good thing to try to improve the situation around
Doctor:So that the kid learns to behave well
Doctor:Mostly the issue seems to be with impulse control
Doctor:I would like to know if you tried to get help for it
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