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Alex: I was so angry [at/with] you. I started to looked at myself and the mistakes I'd made in my life and I realized I was overreacting.

What does he mean 'started to looked at myself''? Did he look in the mirror? Also, is there any difference between at and with.

Thanks!
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It should be "...started to look at myself...". In this context, it means to examine your own behavior.

More often, you'll hear "angry at you". I don't see any difference in using "with".
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Thanks Vorpar for the correction and explanation.