Does confrontation invigorate you or wear you out? Or maybe does it just not really affect you?
Confrontation totally wears me out. I just spent about 40 minutes on the phone discussing (very patiently, very nicely, making sure to go out of my way to tell the people with whom I was talking that my issue with AT & T wasn't them personally, but rather a long line of issues and that they just happened to be the person who answered the phone when I called).
I was on the phone about 40 minutes. Before that, all I was doing was opening up the mail and putting it in the "to be paid" file. Then the bill was about $20 more than it should have been, which has been part of an ongoing issue I've had with AT & T since December.
I was simply going to open the mail, file things where they needed to go, then get on with my work. Now, I am utterly exhausted, and have a headache.
I do not like confrontation. It generally wears me out. I therefore try to avoid it--at least when it is prolonged. I normally do not shy away from stating my opinion, but then I don't like belaboring the issue.
How about you? Does confrontation generally invigorate you, wear you out, or have little to no affect?