Dear Dr. Beth, I’m a 28 year old guy and I live in a nearby small town where I work full-time. I have lots of family and friends nearby. I used to be a happy person and liked everyone. Now, it seems like I’m irritable and resentful toward my friends and family. I still care about them—in fact, I’m always there for them. I’ll drop whatever I’m doing to listen or help someone fix their car or lend them money. In fact, I seem to do a lot more for them than they do for me. But lately, I always feel like I’m in a hurry and easily annoyed. How can I get back to being my old happy self?