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kfalencik72512dStop wasting your time and health stressing about work. It's just a job.
Focus on living, the couple of seconds we are on this earth shouldn't be wasted on worrying about software release.
I'm glad you were given something to cheer you up. That said, you gain nothing (and nothing changes) if you just keep sucking it up. If you depend on other people to be able to do your job properly, then you have a right to encourage them to improve when necessary. Make sure the conversations are private and not when you're angry. They might not realize the impact of what they do.
From what you said, it sounds like communication is a major part of the problem. Is there any way that you could get some higher-ups to understand the severity of the problem and perhaps invest in some education on the basics of good communication? If five different people are miscommunicating at once the time lost can't only be affecting you, and a reasonable manager/executive would want to encourage improvement if they understood what was happening.
If nothing works, it might be time to look for another job. If you're going to keep bottling your anger up like that you're going to have bigger problems.
MrCSharp577710d@kfalencik work is ok and not too stressed about it. Yeah, deadline is this week and I got things back in order and in good position to go live with it so I'm happy with that. You're right, health is much more important but I've got a weight to carry everyday, other shit that's also been on my mind isn't making day to day life any easy. I decided to burry myself in work and now i see that's a mistake.
@powerfulparadox yes, communication fell apart after the PM made a series or small mistakes that lead to a massive mistake with the client and decided to throw me under the bus then argued how it was my fault not theirs. I tried explaining what they did wrong but realized they didn't actually care and i told them there was no point in arguing now that I've fixed the problem anyways.
I really like this company and everyone has been great since day 0. This is the first time things fall apart like this on a project.