Bit of an odd one this but not really sure who else to 'talk' to without sounding like a melon! I imagine I would get the usual "just chill out" responses from people I know personally. I have noticed that for the past 3-4 years that the way I deal with situations has become progressively more angry - usually short lived then I regret getting angry and apologise if appropriate. For example - A client annoys me at work, I sit there stewing, swearing, and moaning and generally probably not very nice to be around (probably) for all of 2 minutes, or however long it takes to resolve the issue. I would never let the client know I'm annoyed, but definitely my bosses and colleagues. I just go straight to 100 before I have fully accessed the situation. I (very lightly) scuffed my new laptop a few weeks ago and just lost it, I was screaming bloody murder; giving it the whole "what's the point buying nice things if they just get f****d up", "I work hard just to get all everything ruined"... Mostly nonsensical ramblings just to 'release'. I'm generally not angry at anyone, just the situation, or probably myself. I wouldn't say I'm angry for no reason, but my response is definitely exaggerated and not appropriate. I try to think before I speak but the problem is in the moment my mind is very much on the side of my mouth, it is angry! I'm not an angry person, and I'm generally pretty relaxed about most situations, apart from a little bit overly concerned about missing trains and planes etc. I guess apart from just spilling my guts, my question is, have any of you guys felt the same way and found a way of dealing with it? Edit: forgot to add - I'm turning 30 this year, am I just turning into a grumpy old man prematurely?