It isn't such an easy thing to get over. I know how you are feeling. My friend was promised a job and quit her other job, now she doesn't know if she will get the new job. She is devistated. It is a life changing change. By the sound of it, they need you at that store and they want to keep you. Remember, they need you. That is powerful. But I know that you are disappointed and I don't blame you for feeling that way. But you have to make the best of the situation. Maybe if you go in with the thought of it being a new start as the co said, it could become better for you. Even if it doesn't work out, you did get the surgery and you are going to be feeling better from that. I guess you have to make the most of the situation instead of feeling defeated. It kind of sounds like the co is a little jealous of you, do you think that could be possible? It sounds like she likes the control too. Maybe she feels a little threatened and doesn't realize it. Keep that in mind. If she is feeling that way, she is going to push her authority. It sounds like a personal problem on her part. I could be reading it all wrong. Just thought that it might be a possiblity.
Anyhow, I hope that you had a good cry. That often helps us, though I understand that it is hard for you with your surgery. But try to think of the good things. You do have a job. That is good. It might not be the best that you would like, but there is still that possibility. There are people who can't find a job at all. So that is fortunate. They need you there, that gives you power. You will eventually find satisfaction in that. It is job security. Focus on the moment, and the good. It will be better for you when you go back. Enjoy this time off the best you can. You don't want it to be for not. Rest and recooperate. Take care now.
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