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KelleyJoelley

03/09/2022 8:16AM
Things have been rather rocky this month. My work life is bad enough to challenge my personal life and mental health. The long and short of it, the client that I'm contracted by keeps adding more to my workload. I was requested by my difficult client because of my varied work expertise. Instead of hiring 3 or 4 people, she hired me to act as (or be) 3 or 4 people. During a conference call my frustration was obvious in a response I made in regards to a new time-consuming task that was added to my list, and the client decided that "my tone" was enough to publicly embarrass me and to fire the company I work for from all of her programs nationwide. This means that 200 jobs were hanging in the balance, including my own, because of "my tone." I was forced to issue a groveling apology for something ridiculous and trivial and keep working for a tyrant on a tirade who I do not like or respect in order to avert disaster. Thankfully, the apology worked, but I am angry and broken over the ordeal. The effects of "my tone" have negatively impacted my outlook on everything, including dieting; especially dieting. After about 4 days of not caring, I decided that I am using work issues as an EXCUSE; not a valid reason to give up. My birthday was yesterday, so, I took my birthday as opportunity to reset rather than indulge. I share this to vent, but also if anyone is having a rough go, only we can change our own mindsets. I eat my feelings, so if I can keep dieting, trust me, you can too!

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KelleyJoelley

Thank you all for your kind words of inspiration, compassion, and solid advice! I’ve read all of the comments a few times, and let it all soak in. It’s truly appreciated and did not fall on deaf ears (eyes) :heart:

Lani T.

Sounds like a boundaries issue. Next time she adds something more to your plate you need to have a conversation about what will be removed or in what order things need to be prioritized. It can be hard to do, especially when the overload creeps up one tiny task at a time. So maybe you need an honest conversation with her to determine priorities. Sometimes people really don't have a sense of all the work they have added sonit helps to lay it all out I front of them and let them decide what to do first. Don't let things fester to the point of being angry. Set boundaries instead.

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