I am a stay-at-home mom, as well as full time in my last semester at college. My fiance doesn't really help with the baby since he works all kinds of crazy hours. I find at the end of the day, I am flipping out on both him and my 7 month old daughter. I usually am fighting with the baby to go to bed, and I curse like a sailor when she wakes up in the middle of the night. As for with my fiance, he will ask me to do something and I will flip out on him because I feel like he should be able to take care of his own things since I am always busy with the baby. The other day I flipped out on him for going to lunch with a coworker and not asking me if I wanted to go, but then having the nerve to ask me to go take money out of his bank account for him to pay for lunch. I need to learn about ways to control my anger, since there are no support groups in my area, and I was wondering if there are any activities that I can do in the comfort of my own house by myself to release my anger. Any ideas or advice is greatly appreciated!
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