Hi, everyone. I have a history of anger problems. I was been sent to anger management when I was in the Navy, which didn't work because I quit going to them. I was getting angry at the lady who ran them. Now I'm sitting in my living room and I'm just observing the damage I did last night. There's a coffee mug shattered into at least one hundred pieces on my kitchen floor, a bent broom that has the sweeper part missing from it, an empty bottle of bourbon (that's surprisingly in one piece) several new holes in my wall, three blinds ripped of my window, a broken lamp, everything knocked off my coffee table, two wheels separated from my computer chair (from throwing it), a broken Xbox controller, and some food is missing because I get the munchies when I'm angry. I'm amazed that my plasma TV isn't broken yet. Doesn't have a scratch on it, thank God. How can I control my anger? I almost turn into the Incredible Hulk, except I don't wake up in a field somewhere wearing ripped purple pants. And it's not the fact that I was drinking that caused this. I get angry when I'm sober too. I guess it's just the stress in my life piling up on me. When I got laid off last month and was on winter break from school, I had zero responsibilities to worry about. I actually went a few weeks without getting angry. But now that I have a new job (going back into the Navy in March) and I'm worried about my weight and my future, it can be the littlest thing that sets me off. But fortunately these outbursts only happen when I'm alone, not when there's other people around. I've never struck anyone because of my anger. But I have hurt myself though. I've cut my hand on glass, cut my hand from punching through a wall, I'll throw something and it'll bounce off the wall and come back and hit me (almost as if my appliances were getting back at me). I need to stop this before I end up seriously hurting myself or, worse, a loved one (mainly my cats). Can anyone share some stories or some ideas? Thanks for reading!