Our expert says:
It's hard, at this distance, to assure you that ther's nothing wrong with you, and the only way to be sure would be to see a good local shrink for a proper in-person assessment and a discussion of whatever is or isn't found. Its normal to get angry with some people in some situations ; but notm to keep on getting very angry with many people for reasons that afterwards clearly weren't sufficient to justify such a reaction. Its not socially useful to talk out loud about how annoying some people are ( it doesn't make them any the less annoying or help to handle them ). A counsellor can help one to get one's anger into proportion and help one to learn to deal with it better.
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