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I get really angry too, and quite often. I think it's a reasonably normal way of trying to process stress and hardships, it's just obviously not the healthiest way.

I'm going through anger spikes at the moment after ending several abusive relationships recently. Obviously in the long run I know this is the healthiest decision for me, but I have such rage at the people who put me through hell.

Now some of it for me is about having to realise where I went wrong, to accept and acknowledge how I didn't help matters, but to also be kind to myself and realise they were mistakes. And we can't be forever angry at our mistakes, otherwise we'll never move on with life. This also includes trying to come to terms with ill health and to stop putting myself down over it repeatedly. Bad luck also happens, and it sounds as if you've had a fair share of that too.

I know it isn't easy but... be kind to yourself. Keep venting here if it helps
With cirrhosis the hormones are effected because of the liver not functioning correctly any more. There are many who have a hard time controling their emotions with this disease.

You are very introspective and that's good. I guess we live and learn. I've come to think that people do very stupid things that can cause us all kinds of grief. Seems like they were impaired somehow to do these things to us. Doesn't really excuse their actions but sheds some light on how they acted without thinking thoroughly of the consequences of what they did. I, too, have had people do horrendous things to me in my life and had rage, too. I used to take a drive and scream my head off to release some of my rage. Also, pretended they were sitting in the chair across from me and told them how they effected me and I also cried a whole lot.

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I had fatty liver disease before I had gastric bypass. Once I lost the weight it went away. I also had elevated liver enzymes due to drinking and those normalized when I stopped. I believe you can reverse fatty liver disease which can sometimes affect your enzymes- would any of that make a difference with cirrosis? Or is it like its too late? I am seriously asking because I do not know. If you undertook a diet or exercise plan would that change anything?
I have lost some weight. So far 30# and I have an upcoming ultrasound to look at my liver again. The liver enzymes can be normal with cirrhosis. Yes, FLD is reversible when you catch it on time. I have yet to find out if it's too late or not and it makes me very sad to think about it.
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