i am deployed with the united states army. and i have been diagnosed with intermitten explosive disorder. and now that i look back on my life on events i thought normal i realize it has happened to me all the time. i am currently 21 years old. just the other day was my last "episode". me and my best buddy were goofing off and the next thing i knew i was in a complete rage my other friend who was there said i put a knife to my best friends throat and was going to cut him he said he saw it in my eyes. luckily before i did do any cutting i was punched and knocked out. being in iraq there is weapons and knives everywhere. these experiences have happened in the past also but not nearly as many times till i was deployed. i am also a past cutter. i need professional advice from a civilian doctor, psychologist, pyschologist, on what i should do. they say thet are debating on discharging me. i am truly afraid of what i might do and i cant control it nearly as much as i could before i joined. please help
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