When you've been stressed out about something and you finally accomplish it and get it done and over with, you just live in peace! Everything else becomes good.. The food tastes delicious again. Walking on the street feels good. Driving feels good. Even my bitter coffee is now tastes good :). I know you probably reading this not knowing what the heck am I babbling about but, my point is: If you have an objective in your live, work your ass to accomplish it and everything will feel amazing afterwards :)
I'm a hairdresser and this guy that used to come to my work place suddenly stopped talking to me and i don't know why. He never appeared in the salon either. I mean he greeted me at first when he passed by me on the street but then he stopped. Why does he ignore me? I did nothing to him.
My confidence just took a huge hit, when my boss out of all people told me " fuck I can't look at your makeup, I bet you can't get a lot of guys with a face like that" like Geez you could have kept it to yourself
I have an exam tomorrow. I am worried af. The material is dense and the questions are tricky. I need to get above 75 to pass. Oh man.
I was done peeing a few minutes ago. But right when I was about to leave the stall a girl started crying at the sinks. I don't know her and I'm terrible at that kind of stuff so I'm hiding as long as possible.
'm a black guy who works in an all white space. It's VERY exhausting. I always have to defend myself against accusations of me not liking my job, being too introverted or not smiling. White people are the most aggy bunch of humans I've ever seen. And when you do branch out on occasion, they slight you on purpose. So annoying.
I overheard someone at work tell a customer completely wrong information. Just basically pulling stuff out of his ass because that's what the customer wanted to hear. It was lies. All lies and stuff he can't back up. But if what the customer wants doesn't happen, guess what? They're gonna call, throw a fit, and realize someone's lying. It's a bad expectation to set. It's straight up lying. It's putting the next agent to deal with it in a tough spot. The next agent now has to fix a mistake they didn't have anything to do with and get this customer to trust us again. Point is: If info didn't come from a supervisor or your knowledge base, don't present it to the customer as fact.
Am I not allowed to feel hate towards anyone?
I do the exact same routine everyday. I started feeling I might be an NPC in someone else's game.
I can last for only twenty minutes.