I'm not one to usually stand up and tell someone off or speak when I feel people or me are being treated unfairly but lately I have tried to change that. Today for example I spoke to my deputy and manager about how certain tasks were not being done and that it seems I am always expected to do them when other people (inc. them two) should help out. I feel I am in the right about this, supported by various collegues but I always feel that I need to apologise afterwards as they will look down on me and think i'm wrong and acting irrationally. I'm always trying to please people so when I know I have annoyed someone I regret it because I dont want people to think any negativity towards me i.e stupidity, laziness etc. Is it just me or do others feel the same emotions if they stand up for themselves and wish they could take it back so that person doesnt hate them anymore?