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Feeling, Horrible, @ work & want to scream!
August 3, 2005
12:44 pm
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I am just feeling horrible, i am at work, i HATE being here, i am so depressed! All i want is to go home and veg out.

I am trying to be here because my boss is starting to get fed up with my lack of concentration lately, plus if i go home "he" might go home for lunch or for an afternoon stop and if he sees that i'm home i will just look more pathetic to him because i came home from work and couldn't get through the day.

HELP! how do i get through the day? i feel like i am going to lose it every second, my insides are burning and i just wish i could disapear!

August 3, 2005
12:58 pm
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take a break, take a walk around the bldg, cry if you have too....keeping your emotions bottled up will not help and realize that only certain things in life we have control over......whatever may be happening in your personal life, try not to think too much about it for now.

Take some deep breaths too, it'll soothe your soul.

((camer)))

August 3, 2005
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Thanks camer, i'm trying to keep calm and breathe. i appreciate your words.

August 3, 2005
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What is going on at work that makes you hate being there? I am very familiar with the feeling of wanting to go home when I am unhappy at work.

love,
kathy

August 3, 2005
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Well, really it's kind of hard to explain, i feel panicky, and overwelmed thinking about things ( whatever happened between us last nite, how he acted this morning, how he's going to act after work etc.) Pathetic, i know. So you see it's not actually "work" that is stressing me out...

It makes it hard to concentrate and get my stuff done at work. I work for lawyers and it's all business, business, business! They are men and leave all their emotional crap at the door when they come in.

It makes me feel like such a weak person to let my personal life affect my professional life so much. But to tell you the truth, i think i just hate EVERYTHING since the breakup... i used to love my job and like being here, but now i feel like i have nothing in my life to look forward to so this is pointless...does that sound familar to anyone?

August 3, 2005
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why not think of all the good things in your life, you must have some!!!! try to stop the negative thoughts, cuz that's what gets us in bad moods.

think of all YOUR good qualities, and what you like about yourself, and what you have to offer this site and for the world..Change your thinking and it can change the way you feel....and not have HIM overwhelm your thoughts!!!

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