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TOPIC TITLE: Two unrelated questions....
Created On 2/17/14 10:32 AM
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toy123
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2/17/14 10:32 AM
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I have two questions unrelated....

1. Is it possible for the medication byetta injectable 5mg give one a bigger appetite instead of taking away the apetite?

2. My rage is really has really gotten out of control. Is there anything I can do about this? I don't mean to take the easy way out but with my cooperation which medication could help me? Also do you know why my rage is surfacing and then goes away and then resurfaces? Yes I did have a major trigger but that was almostg three weeks ago....


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Sometimes you need to run away just to see who will follow you.

Sometimes when I say "I'm okay", I want someone to look me in the eyes, hug me tight and say "I know you are not".

Just because I'm smiling doesn't mean I'm happy.

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Dr. Price MD
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2/17/14 8:47 PM
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1. Possible. 2. Cannot say I know your situation well enough to say why or what may help with the rage that would pertain specifically to you.

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toy123
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2/17/14 10:49 PM
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My main question is how can I control my rage???


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Sometimes you need to run away just to see who will follow you.

Sometimes when I say "I'm okay", I want someone to look me in the eyes, hug me tight and say "I know you are not".

Just because I'm smiling doesn't mean I'm happy.
 
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Dr. Price MD
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2/18/14 12:53 AM
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Mindfulness meditation works for many: non-judgmental letting go of the past, breathing, tuning in to the 5 senses, staying in the here and now, not dwelling on the future, giving things over to the Higher Power to work things out. Hope this is what you meant.

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