Welcome to SAS, Paranoid!
Hmmm....good question about the job. I think you should stick with it. Here's why:
- With therapy, it's like on-the-job life training. You will get to experiment with your behavior and see how things happen. I have done this with my job. I have seen that the more open and friendly I am, the more I get in response.
- Since you are new, you are bound to make mistakes. Everybody
does. There is no harm in asking your co-workers if they are more experienced, they have to help you. That's training.
Customers will think "Oh, she's new" and that's all. They don't know you well enough to be able to think anything more.
- Think of a day at work as a performance. You are playing a character on a television show called "The Tellers: Trauma in the Bank". You go around helping people like they are in the E.R. The "doctors of the savings account" know what to do in a crisis and keep the customer calm.
See, you can think of it in a multitude of ways. With therapy, you can definitely handle this.