Well the real problem is that I acted like my boss mistreats me and customers complain about that. Then she gets into trouble by her superiors. All I have to do is prolly not act that way again. Maybe keep my voice down. Look happy. I'll meet w/ her the 2nd time on Wednesday and see if I'm still "doing good" and "on track."
My coworker was not given any hours for 2 weeks for attitude problem. The 3rd week, she got one day. Thereafter, she earned back ALL her hours. She prolly went through the same things I'm going through.
This worries me - don't maybe
keep your voice down. This voice business could be a big part of your problem at work.
You didn't respond to my question, if your whole family is rather loud, or not. You may need a voice coach or speech therapist, and I'm not kidding. That may be an extreme idea, but I'd like to hear that you are working on this yourself, paying attention to other people's voice levels and trying to modulate your own.