Anger Management Issues?

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Sep 19, 2007 1:17 pm
Sep 19, 2007 1:46 pm

No, but when I get really mad, I have a bunch of tupperware that I can throw around.  It's very cathartic.  It bounces around a lot and doesn't damage anything.    Ah....that was fun.... all done now.....put the tupperware away.

Sep 19, 2007 1:48 pm

No, but a lot of research has been done in the area of emotional intelligence, and it is relevant to this career. We can become conditioned to get predictably pissed, or otherwise be cranking on a lot of adrenaline, just a few steps chemically removed from Joe Halah.  

Sep 19, 2007 1:52 pm
Oct 7, 2007 8:33 pm

Slamming the phone down works for me.  Feels great.

Oct 7, 2007 8:34 pm

oh, and I love to think about punching my boss in the mouth with my fist.  I have no idea how I would pull that off, but he is such an a** and most of his offensiveness comes out of his pie hole.  Love him to taste his teeth.

down boy.
Oct 8, 2007 12:17 am
maybeeeeeeee:

Slamming the phone down works for me.  Feels great.



I own my phone.  I'm not going to waste money by breaking it.

I deal with the anger management issues by recognizing that I make far more money and/or live a far better life than the piker who just made me angry.  Then take couple of deep breaths and move on with my day.

Oct 8, 2007 6:08 pm
joedabrkr:
maybeeeeeeee:

Slamming the phone down works for me.  Feels great.



I own my phone.  I'm not going to waste money by breaking it.

I deal with the anger management issues by recognizing that I make far more money and/or live a far better life than the piker who just made me angry.  Then take couple of deep breaths and move on with my day.

 
The only time I did that hard enough to break the phone I was on a call with the home office.  It was with someone high enough the food chain the he was probably definitely making quite a bit more than me.  He basically told me that EDJ was going to be into my pocket for another $10k, if I didn't like it tough sh*t (it was a change that affected at most couple hundred out of 10,000 IR's, if you want the details search my posts from about 18 months ago when I left).
 
The bright side of that call was that I was mad enough to actually read a letter from a recruiter that day, where they usually went straight to file 13.  My income and quality of life took a dramatic leap a few months after that call when I walked out of my EDJ office for the last time.