As for my anger, I avoid actively seeking out things which I know will make me angry. I used to spend way too much time reading political stuff, and I've cut that down to a few minutes per week.
My primary reason for leaving protestantism is because most of what I got from it was a lot of mixed signals as a result of mangled interpretation or misreading of scriptures, and the little that I did understand was discouraging. Every preacher I ever listened to either spoke at an academic level which was far above my understanding, or spoke constantly about things that gave me terrible nightmares and excruciating heartache.
I respect you, but I disagree that I'm coming to this decision prematurely. I spent many years not knowing what to do, praying to a God I wasn't sure even heard me, desperately asking for guidance, even for a sign. I believe that God led me to Orthodoxy. The dramatic improvement in the spiritual lives of my brothers was impossible for me to ignore, because they had the same upbringing and weren't much better off than I, and I wanted to go to church just to observe. From the moment I crossed the threshold, I knew I was home.