How come my other colleagues never complain about this at all? I wonder if this is normal because I've been working at the same place for a year but this only happens to me recently. Are there some ways to avoid this from happening again?
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Whatever type of shoes/socks/clothing you have is building up static electricity as it rubs against the carpet or your chair. So when you touch a metal object such as a doorknob electrons jump back and forth between you and the object, causing you to get shocked. Change your attire or shoes to a different type of lighter fabric.1