Video Summary: We get angry when someone or something violates our standards, even though we may be the only one who knows what the standard is. People who are angry are operating at a low level of consciousness. Almost nothing out in the world can justify an angry outburst -- the problem is on the inside, not with the world.
Giving in to your anger doesn't reduce or purge it, but actually reinforces it, forming a bad habit.
Sometimes you can talk yourself out of the anger for the minute. Remember that the person you're judging so harshly never agreed to abide by your standards. Can you accept that their value system may be different than yours? Ask yourself if you've ever done the same thing that you're now judging so harshly. Think of some possible scenarios why they may have done it.
Your anger arises from the disintegration of part of yourself. Your anger is caused by repressing or denying something within you. Your ego can't deal with the contradiction of the standard you wish to enforce, when you can't uphold it yourself. So you project blame onto someone who exhibits the same behavior. Once you realize what shortcoming is making your so judgmental and angry, you can work to change it.