I was just driving with my car on a road where the tempo-limit was 65mph. A more narrow two lane road with a slope on each side. There were a few cars in front of me driving at that limit speed. Suddenly the guy behind me wanted to overtake me. I already kinda expected something like that and as soon as I noticed, I of course accelerated as well. We were in a longer curve and as soon as the curve was over, he and I saw that a car was oncoming..... I stepped into the break and let him in. After the incident, I totally lost it, I got really angry, but I asked myself the question why I got so outrageous angry? I mean really why? If I look at the situation from an objective perspective what happened was, that a person forced me into the responsibility of deciding if an accident with even innocent people in the oncoming car with maybe even people dying will happen or not. It was solely my decison. So did my anger come, if you break it down, from that I've been given so much responsibility in that moment I think was too much for me to handle? What do you guys think about that?