I live 200 miles away from my mother. She lives on her own and has no friends or family nearby (mostly by her own choice). She suffers from chronic depression but doesn't do much about it. Her health is suffering but she won't see a doctor to take care of some of her issues. Despite this, she is fiercely independent and she is still mostly self-sufficient. I drive to spend weekends with her once or twice a month. She drinks a lot, and last night, she got really argumentative with me. Usually I let it go and just take deep breaths, but last night I lost my temper and stormed out of her house in the middle of the night and drove home. She kept calling me, crying, sounding very drunk and rambling - it was hard to understand what she was saying. This has happened before - she will needle me with comments until I just can't take it anymore. Then if I get mad or call her out, she plays the role of the wounded victim. I should have seen this coming. Now, this morning, I feel horrible. I should have just kept my cool and let her sleep it off, but instead I reacted so immaturely. Any ideas how I can repair the damage?