I don't know what makes me do this, but it may be my little Fi acting up with my Ni; I get extremely annoyed when people say they'll change for me because what they're doing upsets me. They then proceed to do absolutely nothing to work on it, and by the end of it, they just ask me to accept their negatives. I'm not talking about things like showing up late quite often.
The questions that run through my mind during such ordeals:
1. Was there ever a point for this person to tell me that the person whom I've been interacting with isn't like what I'm seeing? i.e. that they're actually better than what they're showing me (better = subjective)
2. Did they only ever say this to stop me from getting annoyed?
3. What's the point of GIVING me a set of expectations only to disappoint me by the end of it?!
One thing I dislike about sensors is that they tend try to come up with an immediate solution that only lasts temporarily. It's like putting a few bandaids on a huge gash; it doesn't stop the bleeding. It's as though they can't think of the impacts that such a change will have on THEMSELVES.
Slaves to the situation piss me off. These people tell me they have near-absolute control of their futures. REALLY?! Maybe materialistically, but not when it comes to dealing with people.
I think this is one of the major clashes between S and N, with N being crappy at living in the moment and S being less in tune with ruminating about ramifications.
GAHHHHHH! WHY IS IT SO HARD FOR ME TO NOT GET ANNOYED WHEN THIS HAPPENS?! It's like the cynical me goes down the drain...