That's about my way of getting angry to the letter.Lol ^ :laughing:
It's the sense of obligation thing that gets me. If I'm in my own company chances are I'll have time to think things out and my anger will dissipate naturally, I'll be able to understand it and know if I had a "right" to be angry, or at the least take my mind off it like a good avoidant 9.
If other people are around I do not have that opportunity and if they're pushing me to change my mood/attitude I will become resentful and annoyed because my natural state is to forgive others and ignore myself, in a moment when I'm allowing anger through I'm not doing that for once, instead I'm allowing what I think/feel to be of importance but receiving the message that I can't. Chances are it's been growing for a while so acknowledging that I'm not okay with something is important to me. At that time not giving me space is something I take as lack of respect and value towards me.
Plus on top of that I hate anger in myself so will already be pissed at myself for allowing it to rise and not want anyone to see me not in control.