Wed 28 Jul, 2010 09:37 am
based on my previous threads, I'll like to list them.
Burning myself and "reacting"
Getting a coworker into trouble simply by looking sad and customer called on her
Making a public scene and embarrassing my boss in front of customers
Seriously, I think the last one is the worst infraction of the three but my parents wouldn't tell me if that is so. Does anyone agree with me?
Why won't your parents give you an opinion? Is it because you obsess over this stuff and can't move on and they are tired of hearing about the same thing over and over? Really DD, stop it.
I too pick #3. Now move on with your life.
Thank you. That was the most liberating information I ever had from anyone. I'm moving on cuz a job offer might just be around the corner.
Agreed, but I'd wonder about the "looking sad" thing. Is this your viewpoint that is all you did? Sometimes you may not realize how you look/sound/act and how it looks/sounds to other people. You may have only thought you looked sad, whereas you may have looked to others as if you were going to kill some one.
GW is right. This is what, the fifth thread you've started on basically the same topic?
#3 is the worst, if I were your boss you probably would have been canned on the spot.
haha my boss said to me all I did was look sad. I don't usually trust my own opinion bc I lack self awareness, so I usually ask other people first.
It's my parents fault bc we had a big arguement over this topic. I had to take the car and leave for awhile to cool down.
I'm glad you are recognizing when you need to step away and cool down rather than reacting. However, I am not so sure that getting behind the wheel of a car while so angry is the right thing to do. Many an accident results from what ends up as road rage.
Blaming it on your parents is a step backward, DD. Don't allow yourself to make them the scapegoat in lieu of being responsible for your own choices and actions.
Agreed. We're pretty much cool now tho.
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