Sheila’s anger started in childhood but manifested later in life through postpartum depression. When Sheila was first married, she decided to take on an unwelcome role as mother to her new stepson. She felt as if she needed to raise him, despite the boy having a perfectly fit mother already. But when Sheila gave birth to her own child, a daughter, she found herself exhibiting unrelenting rage in which she would scream and yell, break things in the home, and verbally abuse whoever in her family happened to be around. At one point her she relied on her three-year-old daughter to console her during outbursts.