My daughter is 22 years old. She is fine one moment. And then in a matter of seconds, the smallest little thing will "set her off." She will yell & scream, slam doors, throw things, etc. It happens over something that isn't even important. This happens several times a day. I am so tired of it. I have gotten to the point where I don't even want to be around her. I have tried sitting down & talking with her, for hours at a time sometimes, about the issue that "set her off." But then later that day -- or the next day, the same thing happens again. It disrupts our whole household. She has very low self-esteem. And she doesn't have many friends at all. She seems unhappy most of the time. I have talked to her about getting some help. But she says nothing is wrong with her. I'm not sure what to do. Any ideas?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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