Probably still better than you at the stacker
- May 15, 2011
Do the best you can.My anxiety has been skyrocketing these past couple of days. I feel like I’m letting people down because I’m not meeting their expectations, and it kills me to think I’m unreliable and I can’t do my job properly... A lot of my coworkers are telling me to have more confidence in myself and not take it personally. It’s a lot easier said than done, but I will try to let it pass and keep my head level and high.
Hours are based on peak times & business needs.I don’t appreciate having sporadic hours and an ever changing work week.
Why am I scheduled at different times each day? Would it hurt to have some stability in my schedule?
The leadership wants me to stay but all this does is make me feel even less appreciated and respected. On top of that, I’m having to basically unfuck everyone else’s mess.
HR is dumb as bricks and won’t help anyone. I’m not leaving the store just yet, but I seriously question why I am even staying.
Thank you so much. It’s worse in the morning and during the day my depression seems to fade. But comes back every morning with a vengeance 😥 I can’t keep going like this. My Medicaid got cut off since certain life changes... but I think waking up at 4:00 am every day plays a huge role in my morning rage and depression. Thanks for the advice guysBackroom please get help!
There are counselling services that have an income based payment, community clinics where a doctor can prescribe something if needed, there are online counselors, websites for support.
Even small things can may help. Things like eating healthier (for me personally that means keeping my fruits and veggies up and taking a probiotic), exercise, getting some sun exposure and trying to be around family and friends. Journaling and doing positive affirmations may be helpful as well. Hopefully some of these little things can help take off the edge?
Please get help.
Yeah, no, don't trust that shit at all pleaseI know this is coming from an outsider who has only the things you've told us to go on. But please. Protect yourself. She says she's on the shot but can you honestly trust her? I sure don't. Not with all the other games she's playing here. Also, the shot doesn't protect either of you from anything else, like STDs.
Maybe do some practice runs with longer periods of time away from your little human. Meet some/a friend for a meal, a movie or a walk. You need time for yourself in order to be a quality parent.Been having anxiety all yesterday and last night thinking about my return to work after 16 weeks LOA. Once working again becomes part of my regular routine I’m probably going to have anxiety before every shift. Also this will be the first time I’ll be away from my little human more than an hour. I’m glad my first shift back is only 4 hours.