I tried not to think about it, until my therapist mentioned it. I keep my anger pretty much well hidden, but they're always there just waiting to erupt. I was teased and bullied all through high school, and who was the leader of the pack? - my brother. I was barked at, had other animal sounds cast my way, called a baboon and in general put down whenever I had to say a speech in front of the class. I even had one of my brother's friends pull out my chair from under me causing me to crash to the ground and he'd laugh himself silly. Anywho, long story short, I believed my brother had grown out of it, until he started working with us in the family business. It was ok at first then his girlfriend joined as well and it didn't take long for them to find or create any situation to get me into trouble, they even started lying about me, which lead to me getting fired. I guess I never got over my anger towards my brother, but because my self esteem has been ironed like a steam roller, I've never been able to tell him exactly what I think of him. I turn my anger inward and tend to punish myself instead. I just feel really angry right now.