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   Posted 2/18/2010 7:21 AM (GMT -7)   
I am not feeling so hot because every time I think about going back to work or working itself I feel sick to my stomac. Has anyone felt this way? Do you feel like the thought of not being able to leave or not go in when you want sufficating? My pdr said that I am not trying enough my t is saying I need a job were I make my own schedule, and my husband just thinks that I am lazy. I am off work for one month but can not relax. I am trying to find some other job while I am off. I rec'ved a call yesterday for and interview. I went in and the guy wanted me to start today. I bulked at the thought. I think I lossed the job because I would not start work untill Tuesday. He was kind of rude and said If you quit your job now with a two week notice this job will be gone! I just told him that I need time to get things in order before I start a new job. He has not called me back. I assume that I did not get the position. I feel sick that he may call me back and I will have to start Tuesday. OH God I don't know what to do. To top it all off I did not turn my work note in so I will not have a job in one month. I could not bring my self to go there to drop it off. My husband is going to be p***** off when he finds out. Our marriage is not stable as it is and then to tell him would most likely be the end. Oh my head is spining and I want off the ride.

happy bill
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   Posted 2/19/2010 11:09 AM (GMT -7)   
Wow you really do have a lot on your plate. I know about the whole marriage thing, mine isnt that stable either and there is just some subjects that i completely avoid because after 10 years together we just can't seem to find an answer to our problems.

As for jobs and hating it, is it you hate the job or the idea of a job? By that i mean are you in a line of work that isnt fulfilling or spritually fulfilling? I for one have found my work to be an escape and a place where i can excell and have a positive release of all my energy.
Maybe you should look at a completely different line of work than what you have been doing in the past?

Anyway i hope things sort themselves out. Keep us posted.

Precious Gem
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   Posted 2/19/2010 1:39 PM (GMT -7)   
I think it is very hard to work with Bipolar disorder.  Some days I get through it OK, others I would really rather not have to go but I do.  We would be living in the throes of poverty if I did not work and I have been there and do not want to go back.  We are putting our daughter through college, and I would go to work crawling on my hands and knees to make sure she gets a good education.  I really think I would feel better and more stable if I did not have to work but it is just not a reality for me right now.  I really know how you feel, I have sat in my car and cried I wanted to stay home so bad.  But I lived through it and Bill is right, it does help if you atleast somewhat like what you are doing and use it as an escape from home or personal life.  I hope things work out for you, try and stay positive and look for other employment options that might suit you better.

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   Posted 2/19/2010 7:00 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks for your replys. I will try this new job but keep looking I want to get back into medical assisting because it is fast pased and I get to know my pt's. I love it but I have been medical billing for the last7 years. I like it but it gives me time to think about all my problems. You just sit at a desk and bill ins call ins. It is so borring and I do like it but my thoughts wander. I am going to keep trying for an ma position. Wish me luck that I will get one.

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