I have always been proud of my career and all that I accomplished with the company I previously worked for, but starting over has been the true definition of a struggle. 388 more words
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Companies think they own you as a worker – they think that because you need a job (or the present one you are working at) that you are their property, that they can make you wear a T-shirt that says: “Property of______” and that you will work whenever and wherever they want you to work. 311 more words
It really hit me today. “I’ve failed again.”
The feeling has been growing for weeks now, recognizable through stress, the steady flow out of my financial accounts, and the panic attacks in the middle of the night that I would never succeed and be a drain on my loved ones until my overburdened body and mind gave out on me. 578 more words
After a grand total of 82 days, I find myself back home, where (of course) nothing has changed. I will write details of my trip in posts to come, but as things stand, and it being just over a week since I flew back to London, I’m not quite in the reminiscent mood yet. 346 more words