Omigosh absolutely. When I went through adolescence, I went through such a raft of emotions and the worst thing about it is was I couldn't explain what was wrong, because I didn't understand the emotions I was feeling myself. My adolescence was probably the same as any normal teenager, but I do remember 6 months in particular that were torrid.I seems like it would be easier to deal with bad feelings if I could actually identify them, and not just end up frustrated all the time.
Can I say I know exactly how you feel in regards to losing it? Just today, I was supposed to have the day off; as well as tomorrow. The whole weekend! I work as a tech in pharmaceuticals. I have to deal with the general public. THE GENERAL PUBLIC! On a daily basis.:crying:fustration is the only emotion i really can't handle. I lose it, over insignificant shit. Some horrible event could happen that changes my life for the worse, but I won't get mad about that, i'll get mad about knocking over a drink that I was trying really had not to knock over. I scream and shout and smash things when I get frustrated, or punch walls and doors and furniture. Maybe I just save up all my anger until something completely not worth bothering about happens.
in general, I don't think I am, but there are certain things that push my buttons. instant rage results.Are we prone to being quick-tempered?
I feel squirmy just trying to think of how to answer "do you find handling your emotions to be difficult". :s I don't know what it even means.Do you find handling your emotions to be difficult? When you get upset do you feel out of control and unable to think rationally (not in an angry way, more of a sad, really vulnerable way)? This is definitely my greatest weakness. I am learning to deal better with my emotions with age, but it is still a struggle. Are INTPs prone to this kind of neuroticism?