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Thread starter 1 Sorry about the length, and I realize that this is very vague but I'm not really comfortable in giving too many personal details. Before last year, I had been avoiding going to therapy.
I avoided it because I knew that it would get me into trouble with my job. However, last October I was having a lot of relationship problems with my now ex fiance because I was always getting triggered, which usually made him mad and started fights.
It was putting a lot of distance between us.
I did it because I love my ex fiance, and I decided that our relationship was more important than my job. I tried to hide my diagnosis from my employer, but, in a misguided attempt to ask for advice, I very broadly explained the situation and my diagnosis to one of my coworkers. I thought he would keep it between us, but he actually went and told my supervisor about it.
An enormous amount of stress and embarrassing evaluations ensued. A little while after that, my fiance and I broke up, so I pretty much destroyed my career for nothing. However, I'm very confused as to what exactly is going to happen to me now.
I'm pretty sure that I'm going to lose my job, but there is a minute chance that I could just be given certain restrictions as to what I can do at work.
I really like my job, it's the only thing I have left, and I don't want to lose it. I know some paperwork was submitted to one of the higher branches all of the paperwork about my mental health evaluationbut I haven't heard anything back about it.
I'm extremely worried and it's now been over two months without any news yay for bureaucracy. I kind of want to go ask my supervisor about it, but I can barely even look at him anymore. I'm really embarrassed and uncomfortable every time I have to talk to him luckily not very often.
So, to avoid having to go in and talk directly to my supervisor who could get me into even more trouble if I say the wrong thingI'm thinking about asking someone I know who used to work there and I think would be very knowledgeable about that kind of thing.
However, asking him for advice on my situation is going to involve telling him a lot of things I don't really want him to know. I'm also really nervous about confiding in anyone now, because it turned out so badly the last time I did it. I'm also worried that if I tell him about my diagnosis even if I'm very vague I won't be able to talk to him again either.
I guess what I'm asking is, do you think I should ask this other person? I would basically ask him if he thinks I'm going to lose my job, and if there's anything I can do about it.So my house is up for sale. The listing went live on Jan 25th (last Thursday) and there was one showing booked for Sunday that got cancelled last-minute, and now another one for lausannecongress2018.com://lausannecongress2018.com · Paranoia, delusions, visual and auditory hallucinations, distorted thinking and confusion overpowered her for many harrowing months.
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