Yup, I have to agree with those who recommend venting when necessary, but leaning to the good sides of life whenever possible. Hug your family, wave "hi" to your neighbours, you will feel better.
How do I know? ..... I used to own my own small engine and equipment company. I started it in 1991, sold it in 2001 and retired from it last fall (to work for myself again) Here's the list with approximate years:
1992 : truck through a garage door of store/shop - four snowblowers stolen
1992 : front door ripped open : four each of chainsaws, generators and grass trimmers stolen
1994 : attempted break-in by an escaped convict at my home garage - ex-con rearrested at gun point in the middle of a local road.
1996 : front door ripped open - nothing stolen (chainsaws were well anchored) - cost to repair door - $800
1998 : locked landscape equipment trailer stolen - cut lock and chains left behind on the ground
2000 : garage door pried open at newly purchased store/shop - nothing had been moved in yet, so nothing was stolen
(2001 : sold my company at this point, but stayed to work for five years - still own the building)2004 : front door of store ripped open - interior security barrier stopped them
2004 : having seen the barrier, they came back properly equipped two weeks after the above incident - ripped open the door - cut through the security barrier - cleaned out the store of all the new Stihl brand equipment
Every time we were violated we had to ante up the deductible on our insurance or pay the repairs ourselves depending on how much the damages were.
Yup - I know how you feel .... chin up there lad ... it gets better