So actually I still feel really stressed about work. Even though I have only four weeks left to work, I keep thinking “I don’t think I can go to work tomorrow”.

One of the things that stands out from last week is that neither my boss nor HR lady asked why I am leaving. I’ve asked a few people if they think this is strange and everyone so far has agreed that it is. I suppose it makes sense – they’ve never shown much interest in my opinions, why start now? It shows that leaving is the right thing to do, but it is also frustrating because it reinforces my perception that my feelings and well-being just aren’t important at work, which makes it harder to control the panicky feelings I get about work.

I have to go back to my GP in the next couple of weeks to get my citalopram prescription renewed, and part of me thinks I should just ask to be signed off for the remainder of my notice period.

3 thoughts on “Sunday

  1. A week later, how are you feeling about work now? Are there things you’d like to get finished off, or is it better to walk away without causing being caused further harm?
    Most places I’ve worked have exit interviews, not that I’m sure they do much good.

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    1. Ehhh, I’d be quite happy to leave right now and not go back, but I think I’ll get through the next three weeks OK. I don’t know if there will be an exit interview. If there is I think I’ll keep my thoughts to myself, just because there’s no way for it to benefit me now. If they would like my help to detoxify their workplace, I will be happy to discuss my consultancy rates… lol.

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