I was writing a journal entry but had the idea to put it here instead. I am wondering if reactivity (that's the best word I can think of in this moment) is type-related. I will explain.
Where I work, I meet with clients often. I prepare presentations, and my job is to give the information in a very and be very polished, professional. This morning I had a meeting , but I needed help from my boss because some software that did not work on Monday was supposed to be repaired by today, and I needed to access it with his help. Finally, he finished working with another person who was taking his time, and I asked my question. He told me that the technology was not ready, and I would have to skip the part of my presentation dealing with that. Not a big deal, but to me in the moment it was. I was impatient already because he was making me look bad in front of the client (who surely thought this is my fault) and because I have many other things on my mind that I am not happy about in this company where I am still new. This felt like the "just one more thing," and I was... not angry, but annoyed. And I showed it.
I get a flash of irritation and my face shows it. I know it is happening, and I see the other person is alarmed, but I don't stop it because I want them to feel it too. BUT at the same time I do not because I know it could mean that there is trouble later. Besides this, I get embarrassed at myself because of it. It feels like a lack of maturity because most of the time things like this are not a big deal or can be easily overcome. Like today, I gave the presentation and explained situation and improvised little bit, and the client was happy in a good mood, not upset with me (though disappointed, as I was), and she says she will call the company to complain so maybe they will fix it at last.
But I have a feeling of being ashamed of myself, as if I should learn to show my irritation. There is no need to start something that may hurt future interactions with my boss, and show myself as childish. It's not all his fault either, after all. But still I do, and this is just one example. I have been told I get very frightening in these moments.
Is this type related? Do Beta NFs do this, or things like this? Or maybe it is related to maturity not type. I look forward to you, please, giving me your insights.