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11/19/2008 12:32 PM

My boss is adding to anxiety and depression

Morris
Morris  
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I think that I am going to have to look for a new job. I love what I do, but my boss and his antics are causing major depression for me and anxiety. It's sad. He's not a bad guy, but he runs around like a chicken with no head and that everything is a catastrophe. It's making me soooo pissy.

Maybe it will be better later, but I'm getting PISSES OFF. The other girl whose been here for over 1 year makes my job that much harder too. It's like I'm a frickin babysitter.

AHHHHH (That's me screaming!!!!!) OK that felt better. Smile

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11/19/2008 04:50 PM
jsrdrnr
jsrdrnr  
Posts: 1928
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Wow! I am so sorry. Bosses sometimes dont understand what they do to their employees. I hope that it gets better soon.

11/19/2008 06:54 PM
Chanda
Chanda  
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So sorry, my bosses always seemed to stress me out more, just cuz they are my bosses. And co workers, its hard to find a place where u can get along or everything go smoothly with all of them. Hang in there and maybe give it a little more time b4 u throw in the towel, maybe things we get more relaxed/ calm for ur boss and co worker or maybe u could talk to ur boss, yikes, lol, but its an option. Hang in there!!!

11/20/2008 06:22 AM
seabass
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i happen to be very fortunate. my boss is a crazy nepali, but also a great friend to me. amidst my toughest times i told him countless times to fire me...yet he stood by me. forced me to seek treatment for my depression and alcoholism. and i have greatly benefitted from it.

11/20/2008 10:14 AM
Morris
Morris  
Posts: 120
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I know, I get angry at my boss, but sometimes it's like we are married. He's a great person and truly a great friend. I know that I could count on him in a heart beat. Yes he drives me batty, but that's ok.
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