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originally posted by: Look2theSacredHeart
Editing a long rant like post to be much simpler:
How to deal with the following?
1. Coworkers withholding information
2. Coworkers making up stuff, as in new rules or imaginary complaints
3. Coworkers contradicting policy just to make you look dumb for a minute.
We won't even touch the gossip and laziness.
Well, I gotta tell you: I'd be very, very careful who you talk to about that, because the person who wrote that... is dangerous.
... And this button-down, Oxford-cloth psycho might just snap, and then stalk from office to office with an Armalite AR-10 carbine gas-powered semi-automatic weapon, pumping round after round into colleagues and co-workers. This might be someone you've known for years. Someone very, very close to you.
... and I used to be such a nice guy.
Or maybe you shouldn't bring me every little piece of trash you happen to pick up.
originally posted by: smirkley
a reply to: Revolution9
Its alright. I despise freeloaders on the system.
Kidding of course. But your point does not offend me as I am someone willing to earn what they have and my success is a direct result of the fruits of my labor.
a reply to: Shiloh7
'little princesses with our PC implementations,
There is a strong link between bullying and suicide, as suggested by recent bullying-related suicides in the US and other countries. Parents, teachers, and students learn the dangers of bullying and help students who may be at risk of committing suicide.
◾Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people, resulting in about 4,400 deaths per year, according to the CDC. For every suicide among young people, there are at least 100 suicide attempts. Over 14 percent of high school students have considered suicide, and almost 7 percent have attempted it.
Those bullied by peers often suffer even worse long-term mental health outcomes than those maltreated by adults early in life, according to a new study.
Quoting Dr. Wolke, “Being bullied is not a harmless rite of passage or an inevitable part of growing up; it has serious long-term consequences. It is important for schools, health services and other agencies to work together to reduce bullying and the adverse effects related to it.”