What Are the Symptoms of Episodic Dysphoria?

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Symptoms of episodic dysphoria include: difficulty in controlling anger, chronic feelings of emptiness, recurrent suicidal behaviour, threats or self mutilating habits. Other symptoms are: unstable interpersonal relationships, identity disturbance and impulsivity in spending, sex or substance abuse.
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