Signs Of Emotional Dysregulation And What To Do About It

Emotional dysregulation means you can’t control your emotions. This may be due to trauma or ADHD. Or maybe as a child, you weren’t taught how to handle your emotions. If not treated properly, emotional dysregulation can have an impact on your social life, work life, school life and relationships. So here are a few signs of emotional dysregulation and what to do about it.

Did you know that emotional dysregulation is linked to ADHD. Do you have undiagnosed ADHD? Watch this video for more information:

DISCLAIMER: Remember, these videos are for information purposes only and is not intended for any self-diagnosis. Please reach out to a mental health professional if you’re struggling.

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