I believe it's quite human to sometimes feel annoyed when we are disturbed by someone seeking assistance, sometimes we may offer assistance but that's quite different. Even the little grandchild we love beyond description, am I supposed to not feel a little annoyed when he disturbs me while I am busy, even if I am busy listening to music, of course in no way do I show annoyance, but I don't think it's wrong to feel it sometimes. This is a human condition, and we might safely quote the literature “we are not saints,” not to justify something, but to explain it.
Also, in the literature eg. step 4 in the 12 & 12, we see things like - “If we lean too heavily on people, they will sooner or later fail us, for they are human, too, and cannot possibly meet our incessant demands.” It's in a section describing alcoholics as often having twisted relations with others, and I believe some look to a sponsor for answers to silly things, which a little introspection, a little prayer and pondering the problem on their own, would have revealed the answer. For me sponsorship should be much more about teaching a man to fish, than giving a fish each time he asks. I don't have a sponsor myself, but I believe it has made me far better at finding answers by looking within, and to God, rather than depending on a mere human.
The seed has been planted in his mind. He knows that thousands of men, much like himself, have recovered. B.B. P.113