[ENTJ] WTF is wrong with me?

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This is a discussion on WTF is wrong with me? within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Ok, so for the past 2 months I've been getting angrier and angrier.. It's getting to the point where I've ...

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    WTF is wrong with me?

    Ok, so for the past 2 months I've been getting angrier and angrier.. It's getting to the point where I've become more introverted then extroverted. My introverted friends will be talking and I'll just sit there and take in everything they're talking about, but wont necessarily respond. I'll sit there for over 30 minutes without breathing a word, I want to say something but I can't.

    I really have no idea why, it's not like me at all. I'm very angry all the time now, upset too and I have no idea why. I've tried a lot of different things to try to release all this built up anger, lifted weights, blasted music, went on long drives, etc... But it just keeps building.

    It's not really to the point where I've become irrational, but I feel like my maturity level has been diminishing the past two weeks. I've been intentionally trying to start fights with people, because for some reason I think that will help me release all my anger. But from everything I've tried that I thought might work too I'm not so sure at the same time.

    This isn't a sympathy post, I don't want anyones sympathy, I'd rather you make fun of me than give me sympathy. I just want advice.
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Are you extremely stressed? That could be why. When I become extremely stressed, like extremely, I become really quiet and unable to carry out my thoughts/plans. Could that perhaps be a self-esteem issue?

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Just a point - Introversion/Extroversion refers to the flow of energy between the individual and the environment, not necessarily how social you are. Admittedly, socialness is usually a good mark, but not always; if it were the measurement, I'd definitely be an introvert.

    As for your anger, it's probably an intuitive reaction to some sort of dissatisfaction in your life. There are most likely times you're more angry than others, so think about what thinking at those times. Write them down, look for a pattern, and you might find the source of conflict.
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Listen to kyuu :). When I get like that it's usually dissatisfaction towards not having been to the gym for a while, not feeling like I can get the girl I desire, or feeling lost in regards of vacation/academics. <--- I know this list seems universal, but I think ENTJ's respond to dissatisfaction specifically with anger.
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    INFP - The Idealists


    What are the topic your friends are talking about?

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Leave it to an INFP to moron up our forum in the first 5 words of his reply :D
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    ENTJ - The Executives

    Pick up a book and force yourself to read. Thinking about your anger makes you even angrier. Venting also pisses you off even more.

    Give it a go.

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    You mentioned the past two months. What was going on before that? I'm thinking that a particular event or events may have triggered something.
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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Possible solutions:
    -contact sports
    -studying something new in depth so that you're turned off from everything else
    -actually saying all this to one of your friends IRL that wouldn't mind you venting to them
    -focusing on the things that are going well and thinking about them instead
    -angry sex
    -and, finally, sex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kr3m1in View Post
    -angry sex
    -and, finally, sex.
    I always laugh at entj solutions to these problems ;D it is a good stress reliever definitely.


    What do you think of this?

    Under stress

    ENTJs are inclined to believe that the source of their distress lies outside of themselves and therefore they're quick to blames others for their problems. They perceive other people as being needy and illogical, and also systems and organizations as inefficient and hindering. Everything and everyone seems to be holding them back, therefore they feel compelled to take matters into their own hands and set things right. This makes them controlling, stubborn and insensitive to the delicate human element, represented by feelings, ideals and weaknesses. Feeling increasingly stuck in a frustrating situation, ENTJs can start acting out on their primary, visceral impulses and experience themselves as out of control. They may resume to physical excesses of any kind - violence, sexual addictions, profane language etc.

    ENTJ would greatly benefit from learning to consider life's imperfections and people's occasional subjectivity as a normal and natural part of existence. Logic cannot be absolute, and trying to make it so will only promote an irrational worldview which will cause frustration and disappointment.
    Recognising Stress

    As stress increases, 'learned behaviour' tends to give way to the natural style, so the ENTJ will behave more according to type when under greater stress. For example, in a crisis, the ENTJ might:

    * take command, decide what needs to be done, and tell everyone what to do
    * maintain a sense of direction, and drive others hard to overcome any short term difficulties
    * make decisions too quickly, and without considering the impact on people
    * criticise others efforts and ignore their feelings

    Under extreme stress, fatigue or illness, the ENTJ's shadow may appear - a negative form of ISFP. Example characteristics are:

    * withdrawing and wanting to be alone
    * having intense emotions, that may or may not be expressed
    * being very sensitive to criticism
    * acting very impulsively, doing things to excess
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