4 BEHAVIORS OF SOMEONE WHO IS EMOTIONALLY UNSTABLE

If you know someone who you suspect may be emotionally unstable, it’s important to recognize the signs so that you’re better prepared to understand them and what they need. You’ll also be prepared to support them without allowing their behaviors to personally affect you, or to get them the help that they need to work through these behaviors. Here are 4 behaviors of someone who’s emotionally unstable

THEY HAVE EXTREME REACTIONS

Much like their anger issues, people who are emotionally unstable often have extreme reactions to situations that are either real or perceived. If they perceive that they’re being wronged in some way, they may have a stronger reaction right away instead of finding out more about the situation. Their perception of the world may be off, and they will react to that rather than the reality of the situation.

ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN RELATIONSHIPS

Someone who is emotionally unstable will have a hard time keeping their relationships stable as well. They may volley between feeling very affectionately towards a person, and then feeling badly about them as well. Not only that, but they have a hard time keeping a stable relationship. They may start arguments and break up with their significant others, only to want to get back together after a few hours or days.

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THEY HAVE ANGER ISSUES

One of the biggest hallmarks of an emotionally unstable person is anger issues. An emotionally unstable person will oftentimes have issues controlling how they express their anger. They may snap back and forth between being perfectly pleasant and being extremely furious. They’re not able to control their emotions in a healthy manner. While they may just as well be prone to outbursts of sadness or happiness, their anger is much more damaging. They may shout and scream when they’re angry, or they may express their anger through violent actions. This doesn’t always mean that they’ll physically harm the person that they’re angry with, but they may slam doors and push objects.

 

THEY’RE MORE INTO IMPULSIVE ACTIONS

Someone who is emotionally unstable may be more prone to act impulsively. They may do things that could harm themselves and others without thinking it through all the way. For example, someone who is emotionally unstable may be more likely to drive their car extremely fast, or drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Their impulsive actions are much more likely to be geared towards danger. They also may be more prone to impulsive spending or gambling. They have very little self-control and may not entirely understand delayed gratification. Doing these things may make them feel good for short periods of time, because they’re unable to.

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