I was once diagnosed with a complicated adjustment disorder. (I reacted very badly to a diagnosis at the time.)
I found what was useful for me was good therapy. I think working through the underlying issues is most helpful. I'm not a huge fan of medication, although I believe it can play a role. Medication for the most part just masks symptoms. In my opinion, it is not a good long-term solution.
Are you in therapy?
Thank you for your response, im not in therapy. I was diagnosed as bipolar by another dr. And another dismissed that so i just know meds are my only hope cuz i cnt control my mind.
If you have bipolar I would probably definitely take meds (although that is based on my largely ignorant view/ knowledge of the disorder).
Is it possible that you have a personality disorder? BPD can often be mistaken for BP.
I would suggest another psychiatrist opinion but it already seems like you have had a few.
Anger, etc can be helped by both meds and psychotherapy.
One thing I have found helpful is to accept that things can be different to how I expect or would like them.
You may also find reducing your stress levels helpful. People generally lose control more if they are more vulnerable (overwhelmed, sleep deprived, etc).
I expect the expert will be more insightful as to what is going on. Hopefully you don't have to wait too long for a response.
If things aren't improving for you maybe you could contact your doctor.