I have been through so much in the past year. I experienced domestic violence within a relationship for the first time in my 25 years of life and when it started I was 23 going on 24. I continued to go back. I even stood up for him when family and friends noticed my bruises and I told them he didn’t mean any harm to me when that’s exactly what he meant each time he struck me and it got worse and worse. I have been through three jobs since being in that relationship. I kept telling myself the job wasn’t the best fit for me but really I just feel like the problem is me and my mental state. I finally got out of that relationship and as I said I’m on my third job and now I clean airplanes for 17 an hour but mentally, since I was put through so much trauma, things that wouldn’t bother me before bother me now. My co workers annoy me. They take the job too seriously. How clean do you want a plane that’s gonna get right back dirty to be? On top of that we clean planes overnight so of course we get tired physically and a lot of us are going through things mentally and are mentally tired and the last thing I/we want is be around people who aren’t making it better.
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If tou are not physically, socially, mentally fit, of course your health is mire inportant. It should be so for you and your employer.0
If your not capable of doing the job to their standerds then quit and find somthing else1
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You should always put personal health, mental and physical, over a job. We only get one chance at life and health.0
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Why is this in dating?
Anyway, least to me, that job sounds ace as fuck. Perhaps look into counselling if possible, though of course with night shifts it does make it harder to make those appointments.