Anger At Work
Most people who know me would not describe me as someone with anger issues. That's because I usually contain it until I'm by myself, then I go into a terrible rage. Then I hate myself afterwards. But that's not enough to prevent me from doing it again the next time.
I'm usually a very easygoing guy, and it used to take a lot to made me really mad. However, I'm currently in a toxic work environment and because of constant stress, an impossible workload, and constant lectures about my inability to do anything correctly, I now find myself having one of my rages several times a week.
I need to find ways to control this (besides the obvious -- find another job). I've been telling myself this for months, but it finally hit home today when, after yet another call from my supervisor crucifying me for a trivial mistake (which turned out to be an error on her part, not mine), I stormed across the room kicked a box of paper so hard I almost broke my foot. Yeah, I know. It's got to stop.
What do you suggest?