@MsBossyPants thanks for the reply. You say it's more new employee vs management and I disagree. If my bosses were ISTJ and ESTJ, for example, I'd have no problem knowing what to expect. The personality type conflict is real in that there's often conflict or tension between quasi-identical types, because most people don't understand how personalities work. Everyone on here knows that ENTJs use different functions than ENTPs, and so on with all the other corresponding pairs. Ever since I've been studying psychology, I've gotten along better with all the types, especially ENTJs. The issue with this job/life is that "nobody" knows these differences and my INTJ boss is definitely clueless. She doesn't know she's being bossy as she controls many aspects of my day. I have assigned breaks, lunch, and I have to clock in and out at specific times. Pretty normal if I'm working at McD, but an awful change of pace, for me, and pretty extreme for the type of work we do.
I've actually already screwed up, when I asked the INTJ if there was a way I could work with the data. Perhaps my Ne mind sees it as a harmless project in addition to my work and she might have seen it as a breach of the system? I'm manic bipolar so I happened to have thought it was a good idea at the time, as I was coming off an episode. The mania happens when it seems like life is too stagnant. I don't want to continue shooting myself in the foot which is why I came here to see how ENTJs perceive it. Honestly, I know I'm a corporate wreck, but I'm just trying to delay the inevitable. As you can see from signature, I understand that I'm not entitled to anything. But as both a type 7 enthusiast, and type 3 achiever, I notice my timeline for expecting something new is about 4 times faster than what a lot of people consider. So what I'll try to do, like you suggested, is get through 90 days first, and not become too fixated on the future.