Dating gone online wrong
Getting some space, both physical and emotional, will go a long way toward increasing your sense of well-being, even if there’s a part of you that longs to stoke your own frustrated desire.Wanting to feel is a good thing, but continuing to put yourself in an untenable situation in order to provoke those feelings is not a healthy choice.Recently my feelings have resurfaced in full force, along with some feelings for the other half of the couple.I am often hit with waves of sadness and/or jealousy when I see them together, even if we’re all hanging out.It’s unbelievably childish to treat a dish you prepared as somehow “contaminated,” doubly so when it’s common knowledge that herpes cannot be transmitted via potluck.The fact that this is your subordinate makes the issue additionally uncomfortable, but you do at least have the authority to correct her.My administrative assistant asked for some pain relievers, and I opened my desk drawer and shared from a labeled, over-the-counter bottle of acetaminophen.
I have moderate depression and anxiety, and she has supported me for the entirety of our relationship; she’s a really excellent partner and person.
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” One odd thing about this is that I have been extraordinarily financially generous to the admin who peeked and told. I used to like my job, and I make a very high salary.
If I leave the company, I fear this issue will follow me.
I was not in the least bit promiscuous in my life (truly). —Pariah That is absolutely horrifying—both that your administrative assistant would paw through your unlabeled medication and that your co-workers are now mocking you for a confidential medical condition (one that, by the way, is both extremely common and easily managed with medication, and not something you should feel ashamed about or isolated by).