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Re: S.ideation ***strong trigger*** B2chica

Posted by ghost on September 22, 2005, at 12:10:57

In reply to Re: S.ideation ***strong trigger*** ghost, posted by B2chica on September 22, 2005, at 12:03:45

> no, we're all about 'documentation' here. so if he can prove that my 'work performance' has really decreased not based on missing work for med leave and such then he has a case.


> i must admit i almost giggled when you called him a tool. and when i spoke with the ada people they said the less you boss knows the better off he is...well i told him evreything, he was ALways asking and the more i feed him the more he left me alone. so that's one in my court. plus i'm trying to combat his emails with some of mine. this last one i told him i must have sent him the wrong file cuz one was done correctly so i emailed it to him ;)

Very slick!!! I like it. (I've done the same before ;)

I never cry in therapy. I just don't want her to see it. And I can't really muster the tears half the time anyway. Crying is something you do alone, when no one's looking ;p But I know what you mean-- on the outside you look one way, but on the inside it's like you're screaming at yourself to wake up and deal. Or, I mean, that's how *I* feel.

The T once told me teh only time my demeanor changes is when we talk about our pets. The rest of teh time I'm subdued and unexcitable. I don't know what that's supposed to *mean* but it was interesting... i guess.

Did you take a short break? I hope you feel a little better.





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