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Re: How to rebuild your bubble

Postby Philonoe » Fri Sep 17, 2021 1:36 pm

lilyfairy wrote:I had a manager wanting to pick faults with the way I deal with customers before. Little do they understand how much energy it takes just to deal with customers in the first place.

:(



Yes I'm happy I have better job now, and I'm happy most people I liked left.

At the time I was very isolated, and I told that colleague : he's isolating me, then he'll try to do the same with this and this person.

This manager tried to make people hate each other. People didn't react. As if people had sort of natural trust towards managers.

I had time to recover now.
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Re: How to rebuild your bubble

Postby Philonoe » Mon Nov 01, 2021 6:41 pm

Philonoe wrote:
I had time to recover now.

Well last night I had still bad dream about job.
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Re: How to rebuild your bubble

Postby lilyfairy » Wed Nov 10, 2021 10:46 am

Hugs Philonoe
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Re: How to rebuild your bubble

Postby Philonoe » Fri Nov 12, 2021 9:03 am

Thank you Lily.
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Re: How to rebuild your bubble

Postby Philonoe » Thu Nov 18, 2021 1:56 pm

I need to rebuild my bubble. I was moved by some issue with family members and showed it, instead of keeping good distance.

Maybe a walk will help.


Or maybe try to write sort of poem? To give shape to how I feel
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Re: How to rebuild your bubble

Postby lilyfairy » Sun Jan 23, 2022 6:17 am

Sometimes the plan to keep distance from family doesn't work out as well in practice. Over the holiday period I know I ended up spending way more time with my family than I'd intended to. Granted, I wanted to spend some time with my brother and his wife while they're back in the country, but it turned into whole days out where it was harder to hide and find moments to recharge.

I have to make sure I allow quiet time the next day. Often it doesn't even need to be anything in particular to actively vent things, just quiet time to tune out. I've been dealing with chronic fatigue, and when I've done too much it comes out as tiredness, a sore throat (unnerving with covid around) and muscle aches. Right now, a day at work has me totalled the next day. I have to pick and choose what I spend my energy on.

Sending hugs.
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