Re: Maybe this will help.
I believe that anger such as you are experiencing is protecting you by guarding a sea of hurt. Triggers which get too close to this cause the anger to spring like a fierce watchdog to stop you from feeling the pain. Appreciate what your anger does for you, and write everything down. You write well so you will find that you will expose patterns and triggers over time. This is very helpful. Write down what you feel, and try to relate the feeling to other times. It is surprising what can threaten your delicate balancing of anger and function. The aim of this work is to ultimately realise that you can face the feelings and deal with them, and retire the anger from duty. Sera