this is one of my biggest fears. I have serious anxiety when people can overhear you so being proactive is hard. Plus, as you climb the corporate ladder, we're expected to have leadership skills and I have none. :afr
It appears that the termination would have been performance-related and not because of the disorder.I wonder if you could sue for being fired because of SAD. It an actual disorder after all.
God I feel like this 24/7 and couldnt handle the heat. I guess its time for me to learn some martial art(1) they are not out to get me.
Haha , i can relate to that.It's really hard when your manager asks whats wrong and is really frustrated with your performance...It's like well I know exactly what is wrong with me, but there is no way i'm going to tell you all about it.
Did you have a job at Kroger that requires being talkative? At the one I go to even the Greeters hardly say anything. I see a lot of people stocking stuff. There is a guy that stands at the end of the self-checkout with a scanner. He doesn't say anything. The regular cashiers basically scan stuff and take money. And then someone silently pushes the cart and unloads groceries. Or least that's what I observe.I was fired from Krogers because I was 'too shy' (at least, according to the managers.)