I have the type of anger that's a flash in the pan. It's pretty intense but it dies quickly. My wife on the other hand simmers with anger, sometimes for days. We recently had a fight, a really bad one. Nasty things were said for both sides and now the marriage is over. Since the birth of my son, my wife has taken a very dark turn. She's just plain mean at times and delights in needling me to no end. This needling was the cause of the recent blow up. I asked her to stop several times telling her that she wasnt' funny. She just kept coming and I snapped. As with most of our fights, it escalated quickly, a sort of pissing contest, who could hurt who the most. I deeply regret the role I had in this and I desparately wish I could take it back, but it's divorce time now. She tells me that she doesn't love me anymore and still insists on calling me names. I don't understand and I want to stop my flash anger. What do i do now?
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