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04 May 2011 @ 04:55 am

 It really annoys me but my parents are not confrontational people and thus I was not raised to be one either.  I mean, I don't really know how my parents act in their professional lives.  I know they do speak up if something is unfair at work or my father once worked for these incompetent assholes so he quit and started his own company.  But usually my father is not the type of man to blow up and start screaming things in public (well, with exceptions, but those moments are always extremely embarrassing b/c he gets very incoherent).  

It's really annoying because in times like this, ie with that cunt professor, he should absolutely be screaming things into the phone and demanding lawyers. 

I get very very angry sometimes and I do impulsive things.  Well this case isn't really impulsive but I really couldn't go to sleep thinking about that bitch Liz Diggs so hours after I sent an email asking the Head of my department if I should schedule a meeting with Liz Diggs and him I went ahead and just emailed her and him and the administrative assistant and was like "When is everyone free?!" 

I actually get angry all the time but I lack the proper way to vent my anger aside from ranting about people behind their backs or trash talking or whatever.  I need to just say "fuck you" more often to people who deserve it.  

Jenny Famewhorepervymalfoy on May 12th, 2011 10:57 am (UTC)
Hey, I just read this and realized it's like that scenario in that whole Paper Tiger essay.
Jessicafierywaif on May 13th, 2011 11:59 am (UTC)
It's true and I agree with that article in a certain extent, especially seeing my parents, my father especially, who, although highly competent and accomplished, is not a macho alpha male at all.

I on the other hand, I think am often written down as a quiet, meek, Asian girl, but I'm proud to say that I can be extremely confrontational when the time calls for it.