Oh man. We've talked about some of my anger issues already, Pink.
As for a description..hmm..
I don't know. I think everyone has a demon or two in them. Some take it out with power, some manipulation, some self depreciation, some passive aggressive.. perhaps NFJs are just more prone to the explosive violence. Our shadow which would obviously be emerging since we're upset, would be an STP.. an acutely aware(sensing boosted with adrenaline), non-feeling and somewhat irrational being, yes? Definitely sounds like the violent type more than anything.
I agree with several of the things said. Usually, if someone's gotten me THAT angry, they deserve it. It takes a lot (unless I'm already frustrated with something and/or they hit a sore spot) so I give ample warning that you're pissing me off and should drop it before I explode. And it also does feel great to let that side of me show when it does to prove I'm not weak.
What really, really irks me is people who know damn well what is being asked of them, and it's not even any hair off their back to do, and they just deliberately don't do it or play stupid. Like, I love dogs, but when I worked at the kennel I had to fight the urge to massacre the dogs that KNEW I was calling them in from the play yard but would just look me in the eye and then run around and spite me.
I don't know.. it is a bit of a hypocracy, but I don't guilt myself about it, especially since it's under control. We're only human, and let's face it, some people really ask for it. You can't be expected to be a total doormat just because you like helping people. Nor can you be expected to dislike the rush that comes from a self righteous violence as long as you TRY to only use it when necessary. Plus, then it can remind you every now and again what you're capable of, so you remember why you don't act like that in the first place. ..Haha.. here's a theory. You think NFJs are so darn helpful simply because they're afraid of what the world would be like if they weren't?
Yes. Sometimes it's necessary for rescuing people. Sometimes it's necessary for rescuing yourself. Sometimes it takes that firey beast to tame your other more irrational urges enough to BE calm and collected for other people.Rescue and contention: Are the two meant to go together?
Perhaps the reason it's there is because we hold ourselves to so high a standard, we get vehemently pissed when others can't do the same?
.. I'm sorry. I seem to have given you more questions than answers.