I am trying, but it's too little.
I like to devote 1 day a week to rage, and I make sure that all my activities are high energy. I spend the day reveling in all the things I am dissatisfied with, all the adversaries and adversities I resolve to defeat, eliminate, or circumvent.
Basically I spend the day heeding the advice of Darth Sidious. I've been doing it for several years, and it has given me a greater control over when my rage rises, and a greater control of my behavior when it does.
>Go down to the local Op Shop (or Thrift Store or whatever burgers call them)
>buy a shit ton of glassware, china, the cheap looking shit
>clear out your shed
>set them up nicely on display
>grab a bat or something
>go ham on everything in the room
I usually just turn off my PC screen and cellphone then go an sit outside in the garden for a while not really thinking about anything just observing. Sometimes I go for a walk or make dinner and by the time I'm finished it's a little bit better
I get caught up in autism quite a bit, sometimes to anger. What fixes things for me is taking a step back. If possible, talk it out with those who are causing the antagonization. If they are just dicks and won't care, then realize they're not worth the emotional drain to get upset over. It really helps me to think of the big picture, and of how the seemingly humongous issue is actually minor and will soon fade. It takes a lot of effort, but you can choose to let it go entirely, even if the situation persists. That's difficult but the most permanent solution. The overwhelming urge is to fester on the negativity. It takes a real man or woman to take a deep breathe and decide that you're not going to allow it to reign over you anymore.