Probably best not to get angry.
Probably best to realise that you are alive, that you can breath, you can smile and you can talk.
A lesson I learnt when I was young was that your emotional state was within our own decision making process. You could decide to be happy. (ok I know there is depression, which is hard to overcome, but for most people, for most of the time it is possible to decide to be happy).
So I researched support mechanisms to allow me to stop, look around and think about, was I happy.
I discovered "the anchor". The anchor is an expression that reminds you of these thoughts and centres you for the day to fight the difficulties of the day. It needed to have a centre of truth and happiness. For me, it was "Another night without being attacked by dragons". For you it may be something to do with your childhood or a hobby, only you know. It needs to take you to a centre of confidence and happiness.
I've used it all my life and it has given me great strength when projects/relationships go wrong and it lets me pivot my views towards what needs to be done.