We can all learn from this. I've done it many times too-- until I learned.
Here's a woman who is brilliantly successful in business, yet has an approach to love relationships (or so it appears) that's basically self-defeating. Yet, brilliant as she is, she doesn't realize this. According to her, she has an "anger problem." Oh, and BTW, her boyfriend wants us all to know that he makes her feel loved.
Right. And I'm sure that she feels even more loved (and perhaps even more importantly, lovable) when he breaks up with her over and over again. But she has an anger problem. Even her co-workers say so.
Could it be that her supposedly crabby frame of mind is the result of treatment from a love partner that keeps her on edge with the constant threat of abandonment? Add to the mix being a single mother of two, unresolved issues with her children's father, and what I can only imagine to be tremendous pressure at work to keep up her glowing record of success for the company. Furthermore, by her own admission, her friendships aren't "normal": contacts with those she does consider friends are very few and far between.
Umm... wouldn't you be crabby?