August 20, 2012

Angry at Angry Boss.


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Hi I have a nice job and a lot of respect and status too. Sometimes when the boss gets angry and is not too nice which is rare I get very very angry and want to leave. I know he is decent and I'm hardworking and sincere, but I get so mad I want to leave the job…is it my ego…is it my not ok feeling? I am good at my job except when I get blocked due to criticism ? I want to change and outthink my troubling behavior. I think I am not good enough. How can someone be rude to me when I work sincerely and hard? I know it is silly but I am not able to improve this habit . What should I do?


You know you are good at your job and that your boss is generally a nice guy, but on the rare occasions he gets mad, you get angry and want to quit. Yes, I’m afraid that is the immature reaction of your ego. When it flares up like that take a few moments to recenter yourself with some calming breaths and reassure yourself that it is not personal. He is not telling you that you are a bad person or that you are unfit for you job. Do this whenever something like this arises, and eventually your ego will get the message and your wiser self will prevail when similar challenges pop up in the future.


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  1. pathros

    Life isn`t personal and should be accepted for what is best for you as you allow it too guide you each day.

  2. UberEpic Minds

    Establish what you are trying to achieve in your position and if you need a new direction. Take the boss out of the equation...This will give you your true answer.

  3. Helen Tynan

    Yes, let him / her know the impact his anger has on you, that it makes you want to leave. That might be enough to change the situation. If he s/he is bullying you and there's no change take it higher, ie report her / him. You shouldn't have to leave because of your boss' behaviour. Good luck.

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