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Re: told a friend! Now second thoughts . . . pegasus

Posted by Racer on March 11, 2006, at 12:45:58

In reply to told a friend! Now second thoughts . . ., posted by pegasus on March 11, 2006, at 10:31:28

I can see how that must have been very hard for you. You know what, though? The interviewer won't be nearly as hard, you know why? She's not a friend of yours, she's not someone you will continue to see socially, you won't see her regularly and wonder if she's remembering and wondering about you.

Besides, this woman isn't interviewing your because you SI -- she's interviewing you because you USED TO SI. She's interested in how you overcame something so difficult. There are a lot of people out there who never manage to get over it. You're actually ahead, because you started out with a very complex coping mechanism that you managed to change, and it's hard to change coping mechanisms.

I hope the interview goes well from your view, and that you feel stronger for having told someone about it. Good luck today, and do let us know how you feel after.




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