Let us talk about outbursts. While there are many types of outbursts, the ones we will be talking about today is going to be anger.
This does happen from time to time with a loved one under the care of a caregiver. It could be anger at feeling like a prisoner, not having the freedom to do what they do, or not being the sole dictator of what they do with their own life. These changes can lead to depression and can manifest itself through outbursts of anger.
While this can be jarring, you must not react to these outbursts. All this will do is put your loved one in a defensive position and that is the exact opposite of what you want.
Ask what is wrong
Maybe there is something you can do to help so it is suggested that you merely be the calm voice in the room and ask wha is bothering them and ask them if there is something you can do. If they actually can tell you what is wrong, and they tell you what you can do and its within the real of reason, do your best to accommodate their needs.
Sometimes they will not know what is wrong, if they do not know, dont press. Sometimes just talking to them can calm them down, just have a nice conversation about something that interests them.
The most important thing to remember is that they are in an unpleasant situation with no privacy. They also have less say than they used to have over what did in their day to day lives. To them it probably feels like being a prisoner inside thier own bodies and homes, so try to keep that in mind.
have a wonderful day and give a care!