This is probably a piece of Eureka! training but it can't be said often enough. You can't make me angry.
If I say, 'You made me angry' or any versions of that sentence, I give you too much power. It is not in your gift.
Becoming angry is entirely my responsibility. Whatever I think or feel about your behaviour I can take a decision as to whether or not anger is my response.
This comes out as my thought for the day, week or year quite often but I am amazed how many people I meet who don't get it and for whom it is liberating.
In my world a man goes up to Jesus and says, 'Master what must I do to be forgiven?' And he looks down, draws in the dirt with his finger for a bit then spits at it throws mud at me and says, 'Sin.'
Funny man Jesus. But he rarely makes me angry. Mind you, you should see him when he's a bit cross. Calls people Satan or dog. Then the chairs and tables go flying.
Now? What's making you cross today? And whatcha gonna doaba'it?