Emotions can lead us all to react quickly before situations that require urgent responses. Paradoxically, however, emotions can also get us stuck in the past if we do not know how to handle them all properly.
Ideally, our workspace has to be made of people to whom you actually share many ideas. While it will always be precious that someone thinks in a different way from you, there is a chance that someone does not match with you.
This should not be a reason for you or your work to become affected, and much less for your reason to be turned into a professional resentment. This is about making a past experience capable of bringing back over and over again a feeling of discomfort that we have already experienced, but we actually should not be suffering from it in the present time.
In order to work with this, it is important to identify the people to whom we are addressing all of that anger, so we can actually put a “face” to our emotions. Once identified, try to bring a connection within you and realize negative consequences raised by this feeling.
This is the part where everything starts going well. Remember that a professional resentment can also affect you, or it can drive you making things that are incorrect when showing who is right.
It is also important that you focus on the things you can do to improve and understand that each and every situation is different and, in the end, the most important thing is that both you and your work live in peace.