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So I quit my job, they call me and I end up telling them I will keep it. Hang up the phone and now have deep regrets. I am too unwell to go to work...even when I am "stable" I cannot handle it. Now I have to re email (because I dislike the phone) that I am permanently resigning. I am such an idiot. I feel like my life is in circles and I feel lost, alone, and desperate for real in depth help that I am not getting. I am tired of the ups and downs and even when I am stable just not being able to function the way others my age do. Blah. This life is hard.

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If it were me, I would just email them that I'm resigning and ignore any further attempts by them to contact me. Let them mail your final check if you have one coming. Be clear and concise and don't leave any room for them to try to talk you into staying, if you know that you can't. Quitting can be almost as stressful as the job itself, I know. But you know what the best thing to do at the moment for yourself and your health is. I have been stuck in awful work situations before, that left me feeling more and more desperate, and all the while I knew I couldn't hold out much longer- so I quit. It was hard, awkward, and I did have some regret after the fact- but I knew that staying at the job would be worse. The toll was too high.

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I hate when I make a decision to not do something, then someone persuades me to do it, making me regret doing whatever it is.  Like hagar said, be clear and concise with no room for talking you back into working again.  It is really hard but try to firmly stand your ground.

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You will be in my thoughts and I wish you the best with whatever you decide. Whether it be quit your current job or to find another job.

I have trouble with decision making as well. It's always hard. Sorry you are going through this.

 

I hope that with your klonopin you are better able to handle your job. I know klonopin helps me immensely.

 

Good luck and keep us posted!

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They are actually giving me the accommodation I have needed. I could have been having it months ago but supposedly I had to "ask" for it...nobody explained the process to me. I filled out ADA paperwork. Went back to work and everything was the same...no breaks...so I assumed they didn't care....but in reality I had to have asked for them. BS! Now I am asking for them and its helping. I get more breaks and stuff. But the job still is bad for my MI. Looking with voc. rehab for something else. Fingers crossed.

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