So this summer I'm the adult-in-charge of my 12yr old sister, which is a great gig! I love my sister. But also it means that I'm spending around twelve hours a day with this kid. And sometimes, and I really don't mean to, I snap at her. For instance yesterday, I told her I didn't want to go to the store and pick up a book that came in for her on my own bc everyone at the bookstore has lowkey known me since I was six. It's a difficult-anat0-navigate social experience for me since I'm back from college and I want someone else there with me. But when I said, "i don't want to do this alone" the kid's reaction was "why?" so I explained the social thing above and she again asked, "why?" and I yelled at her, which I don't really do all that often, and which I haven't done to anyone while at college: "godddamit kid I have an anxiety disorder I don't know why don't ask me why" And I feel really bad for yelling like that This is not an isolated incident this summer. It seems she has a habit of pushing all my brainbent buttons and make me really, really frustrated. Any advice on what to do?