yes. although it was mainly because of the ptsd. for me when i received constant abuse at work i would see it as a continual process of the abuse i received in my past that caused me to be dx with ptsd. alike yourself i would stay as long as i could, and when the abuse from work was coming home i always resigned, although because of my depleted self -esteem i always took a heap of work abuse before i quit. every year and a half i would quit jobs, but not before i was to the brim with abuse from my employers.
it took a while and with therapy to realise that i had to learn to deflect, to stand up for myself. i did this via working on my self-esteem. i just took hard jobs, i had a killer reputation and work ethic. i earn't good money, (back then) albeit it took a toll on my life, my social life, my mind, my stress and depression and in the end i was a robotic yes man.
no more. when i do return to the workforce it will be under my terms, furthermore it will be what i want to do, and who i wish to work for-and yes i will be checking them out. you can learn a lot about a company / organisation via mutual people, via turn over issues, by speaking to there staff and asking other affiliates about them. yeah ptsd is hard, but it doesn't have to ruin/ control your life. hope this was helpful. jamie.
YESTERDAY IS A BUTTERLY WITHOUT WINGS. (ME)
DX, MDD, SEVERE BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER.
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