I think it’s because I lack confidence. If I can just encourage myself with statements like “I can do it.” it might save a lot of hard feelings.
this is pretty good at how gauging how i feel, i can look at it and i know exactly where i am with whatever thing pops up usually.
Who answers “How do I do it”?
you need to answer that yourself i think
that reminds me of something i saw once on sesame street, i’ll post the video
With me it’s often not because I lack the confidence but because I don’t want to take the time to do it. I really dislike being interrupted.
Interrupted at what, though? Are you doing anything that important?
I’m usually not doing anything difficult or important. Just reading or thinking or doing my own chores.
So that isn’t the reason for the anger.
It seems like I’ve always HATED being interrupted. If I were to look for the cause in my parents, I would point to their insistence on “re-directing” me so often, which I think came from the famous Dr Benjamin Spock. Or maybe it’s just being spoiled by their usual permissiveness.
i hate unexpected work too,but i do it unwillingly if its housework chore or work related…i do it in the end but i should be happy when doing it or at least stay neutral but not be unhappy doing it
Schedule changes and unexpected work throw me off in a big way. I get so irritated and its hard to control how I show that irritation.
I know how you feel and I have not found a solution… Except for imaginarily punching people in the face…