I have found that my problem is not so much dealing with anger, as dealing with frustration. Usually when I get upset, I cry, yell, or throw my belongings (never at anyone, but I am afraid it might become out of contorl). Sometimes I just feel so out of control, like I can't stop it. After an incident like that, I always ask myself, "why did I act that way? Why did I say hurtful things when I knew they were wrong and I should have just kept my mouth shut?" I know that I am hurting my fiance, who always "calls me on it" when I am acting this way, but at the time it just makes me more angry/frustrated. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to deal with this or and how to stop it before it starts? Even being able to commiserate with others in similar situations would be a big help. Thanks.
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