I feel bad for overreacting and basically throwing a few temper tantrums in front of my family and also while I was alone. I've been feeling a little on edge and anxious over the past few months, and I've said some pretty intense and hurtful things that I didn't truly mean. I openly said threatening things to my mother, and I've lashed out physically on a few household items (microwave, closet door). I've been letting my anxiety fester inside of me and I've been unfairly treating the closest people to me like shit. I've practically shut down communications, and even worse, I said some things (sort of on purpose) to my mother that might have inflicted fear upon her. I'm sure she knows that I would never harm her or anyone else.. I guess that's sort of why I said some of those horrible things to her because she is the closest person to me and knows most about what I'm going through. I'm going to have to get her something extra special for Mother's Day, but most importantly, I'm going to make sure that I start acting more mature/responsible/unselfish/and just overall acting more positive and caring. I feel more like committing more of myself to getting better, and I want to start making strides in the right direction (I hope). Just had to vent this out somewhere, thanks ahead of time for any replies.