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Moving on

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

My supervisor called all of us in one by one to tell us she is putting in her two weeks. She is a great person and it won't be the same without her. Things have been going on at work so it isn't too surprising that she is leaving. I'd do the same in her position. Thankfully I can now use her as a reference for my job search.

The commute for my husband is killing us and we want to buy a house so I have slowly been working to find a job closer to his. This new development has given me the extra push I need. The center is in danger as it is so it's best to get out while I'm on food terms with everyone.

Change is always difficult and I hate being the newbie. On the other hand this gives me the opportunity to grow.

Unfortunately, not everyone can handle the stress. One of my coworkers had a panic attack at work and had to be taken home. Now she's unable to return until she has a note from the doctor saying she's fit to work with children. She is a very nice lady who would give you the shirt off her back. She is very hard on herself so I am quite worried about her. She thinks it's her fault our supervisor is leaving and nobody can understand that. Praying she gets the help she needs.
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    Change is difficult, but sometimes it's necessary and sometimes it's for the best. It never hurts to be looking for better and higher paying jobs, so if this helps push you forward to look for a job that will help move you forward in your career, then make it work.

    As for your coworker, for all anyone knows there could have been other things going on in her life that make her susceptible to having the panic attack. Hopefully she'll find her way through it soon.
    1769 days ago
    Sometimes you have to go somewhere else to have a healthier place to work,
    1769 days ago
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