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Poor Impulse Control

Normally impulsive behavior responds to a need for immediate gratification, in many cases this is the elimination or neutralization of the emotional discomfort that triggers it. Within impulse disorders we can find different behaviors. All of them are characterized by a failure in the attempt to resist the impulse to perform the behavior and by a growing tension felt by the person prior to performing the behavior that he releases with the achievement of the behavior. Once the behavior is done, the person feels guilt, remorse and negative feelings towards themselves.


  • Offensive Communication
  • It becomes aggressive at the slightest provocation
  • Intolerance to frustration
  • Legal issues
  • Substance use
  • Low self-esteem
  • Conflicts in the family environment
  • Depression
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Warning Signs

  1. Isolate yourself from society and want to be alone.
  2. Having mood swings, such as euphoria one day and deep discomfort the next.
  3. Feeling trapped or hopeless because of some situation.
  4. Increase the consumption of drugs or alcoholic beverages.
  5. Change the normal routine, including eating and sleeping patterns.
  6. Demonstrate personality changes or feel extremely anxious or agitated, especially when you have some of the warning signs mentioned above.