Really odd mix of turning outward and turning inward. The turning outward part wants to take action and bring the anger-making thing to an end. The turning inward part is the one that warns me I don't have that level of control over the outside world. So I get cold and hard and focus everything I have on the thing making me angry... and speak. It's meant to be lethal but it isn't.
It's upsetting and it's frightening or it's humiliating. The actual reaction I have to my own anger depends on an outward focus because the anger is usually about correcting something and it's rare that I'll feel righteous in that kind of attempt at domination. Indeed, the only times I truly feel righteous in anger is when I am cutting down a connection that is meant never to be reestablished. Given that condition, if the situation persists, I can resort to physical means.
And as so often happens, it's been impotent anger and turns inward after the events to stew. Terribly violent fantasies result.
It'd probably be better to get it out there and deal with it. Except the times I've been truly angry have tended to be when I'm in some ongoing process where I'm getting pwned.