Mood swings and uncontrolled episodes arise from various reasons, but in most, there is one common element: it appears to the sufferer that 'letting oneself go', that is, simply speaking, not controlling oneself, somehow 'pays off' or is at least tolerable. You most likely have the experience of other people withdrawing from you when you act out, and other people avoiding confrontation with you, or simply trying to ignore your acting out. On the one hand, this is natural behavior by most people. On the other hand, it is very bad for the sufferer, because it helps entrench the HABIT of acting out, which then becomes a compulsion which it is difficult to shed. If you wish to have this mood problem trated against this theoretical background, that is what I can do for you. The alternatives include taking mood stabilizing medication and undergoing mainly CBT, which can also be effective...