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[work advice] Facing bullying, should I stay at my current job?

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout' started by W22_STREAK, Jul 19, 2015.

  1. crose

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    This fella sounds like the asian Morrissey.
     
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    If you are indeed taking anti-depressants / sleeping pills / benzos, be careful dude because they are very VERY addictive. Like another poster said, don't depend on them.
     
  3. Deckard

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    Anti-depressants don't fit in with the same category of the other meds you mentioned. They can be a very good, long term way to deal with chronic depression. Depends on the individual, of course. Also, depending what you are taking, can have an unwanted impact on sexual performance. Many who take them end up taking Viagra. I know a couple of people who have been taking anti-depressants long term. It can be better than stepping in front of a bus one day. Ideally, you wean yourself off of them after your situation is stable and you've gotten yourself together.
     
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    Sorry to say this OP but your naivety is causing you to make premature assumptions. First, a Masters does not guarantee you a job or respect, you will still have to earn it after that. 2nd, having one does not automatically make you mature or professional. There is probably more A type personalities at that level than your current job. An ******* does not change their character because they all of a sudden is an expert on a subject matter.

    Please take the advise of others and deal with it now as the issue seems to be on your end. Good luck!
     
  5. Rashmon

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    As a pretty boy, do you find that oftentimes you're too sexy for your car, too sexy for your job, too sexy by far, and too sexy for your hat?

    Have you ever done a little turn on the catwalk? Yeah, on the catwalk? On the catwalk, yeah? Did you do your little turn on the catwalk?
     
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    You need to find another job, like other said, if after he stopped and you still feel this way, you just need to find another place to work. Trust me, his behavior is not normal, I work in a company with over 2000 employees in the houston office and I can really only think of one person that would act like that. Because of this 1 person, I can relate to your experience.
     
  8. dback816

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    Didn't read beyond the first page

    Did you report him to corporate or no?
     
  9. ATXNekko

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    You need a Hobby to unwind. Buy an old Supra, pimp it out, get some aviator glasses and a members only jacket. Learn to drift. All your problems will be solved.
     

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