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Anyone know what this is?

Could be cyclothymia (which is essentially baby-bipolar, never reaching the highest highs, nor lowest lows, and rarely if ever mixed episodes), could be bipolar, could be hormone imbalance, could be a mild or exacerbating seizure disorder, could be long or short term side effects of various medications, could be your ptsd interacting with a whole helluva lotta other things to create a fairly predictable pattern of loss of impulse control & mood instability… in short? It could be a LOT of things. Physiological, neurological, psychological, neurotrophic, or a combination of ANY/ALL 4.

100% worth getting evaluated by a pro, including full medical work up & medication review.
Had an appointment at the surgery today. They’ve referred me to a psychiatrist.
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