Two Weeks Rejected

I had a super difficult morning trying to get to work and I couldn’t even write before getting ready. Luckily, I had a friend send her husband back by my house to take me into work because the car was stuck IN MY DRIVEWAY! Yay snow! Then when I get to work it only got worse as I tried to adjust my attitude. The office staff, on in particular treats me like I’m beneath him. It was so bad in fact that my nose started bleeding and I was able to make it to my supervisor’s office before the panic attack set in.

There I told him enough was enough. I can no longer work in an environment like this, I no longer care about my job which I was once so passionate about, and I’m not in a good state of mind after a couple of weeks of everything I’ve endured here. I told him unapologetically that this is my two-week notice. And he said hold on to that because I have big plans for you. WTF! Did he not hear me? Mentally, this place is no longer good for me. My blood pressure and anxiety are through the roof.

I ignored emails and the people in the office for about 30 minutes so I could do this little vector up. Something to remind me to love myself. Why can’t I freelance from home? Oh yeah, not in this small town. It’s almost time to leave so I’m going to go home and think about what I’m going to do for my photo project tonight since we have over a foot of snow on the ground. Thanks for letting me rant.

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  1. I just recently did the same thing where I used to work. The environment was awful and they tried to cut my pay rate/hours. My last day was Saturday, and I feel much better. Good for you for standing up for yourself!!


  2. Change did me quite well in ’96. I left my DOD job to write, photograph, and I wrote and self-published two books of poetry and journals. I feel more confident in my self. I also struggle with PTSD from MST and childhood traumas. I have my whole life. My bet, based on what I have seen on your site, STAY CREATIVE! This is the best thing you can do for yourself. You are in my prayers.

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    1. I wish I had your courage to quit and pursue writing and photography. It’s so hard in the area where I live that I’m competing with EVERYONE just about in this town. I’m so glad that you were able to do something that you are passionate about. This site helps a great deal with staying creative. It’s a calming outlet and gives me purpose in doing something that I love and THANK You for looking and offering encouragement. You’re awesome too…remember that 🙂


      1. Yes, it does require courage. I also moved out of town, then out of state upon marrying my wife. Been happy ever since. I prayerfully hope you will discover the great things you are doing now with you site is a wonderful, creative outlet, and I guarantee will take you places. Be at peace. You just made a friend who clearly understands.


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