The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

[Blog] I wanted to meet you as a friend outside of work. Colleagues I wanted to meet in a different way.

People at work I wanted to meet in a different way. Relationship
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Before I go any further, let me say that this is not a love story.

I am a woman and the story I am about to tell you is about a female colleague of mine.

I am not trying to be romantically hostile - I wanted to meet her in a different way as a same-sex love interest - because my love interest is the opposite sex.

She was so good-looking that even I, a homosexual, was nervous about her.

So, let's get down to business.

When I was a company employee, I was assigned a project.

It sounds a little important to say that I was entrusted with the job, but there were so few people that I thought, "Isn't it about time for me to graduate from being a chick? I was entrusted with a heavy burden, a task that was about as important to me as it was to the company.

And the woman I am about to tell you about was paired with the business.

She had more experience in that industry than I did and joined after me.

From the very beginning of my employment, I and others felt that the atmosphere was a bit unusual.

I was curious to know what kind of life she had led, and she had a very charming face that made me smile once in a while.

I usually had a very poker face. Therefore, I was tempted to make him laugh a little. He was mysterious (actually, he may not be mysterious or mysterious inside), and as a person, I liked him.

Not a love interest or anything like that.

It was my first major project at this company, and although I had already started my corporate life and was exhausted, I was determined to work hard with her on this project.

However, as we worked on that project, I became increasingly frustrated with her.

In a manner of speaking, we had a direct supervisor, or rather a kind of supervisor in charge of block projects, to whom we were assigned work at first.

However, my workload was getting larger and larger, and it was my fault, but I could not add my workload to hers or anything like that.

I am not good at asking people to do this or that, so I was inclined to just do it myself for the time being. (This was my fault.)

And she is the type of person who says she will do the job as she is told and within the scope of her assignment.

This is not a wrong thing to do. You don't have to do more work than necessary.

At the time, however, I was in a state of hyper stress, and my frustration with her selfishness was piling up, wondering why she was not taking the initiative to move forward with the project when I was doing so much work.

This idea is so bad. (I look back now and pull myself back then)

If it's too hard for you, why don't you turn your job over to hers? You could have talked to your boss about it, but you were probably worried about your evaluation.

At the time, I had strong selfish expectations of that person, saying, "I wanted her to take the initiative and work on something.

Waiting on others is really pointless and a source of trouble, but I didn't realize it at the time.

Then I would drive myself crazy and get annoyed every time she left work early.

Maybe I was thinking that because I was holding back, I could not tolerate others not holding back. This was a very bad tendency, wasn't it? I'm going to pull back - that's not good, because when I remember, I can't stop self-denial.

Eventually, I became irritated every time I saw her in the company. I think she could sense my irritation. I didn't put it into words, though.

After we started working together, we had lunch together, went to meetings together, and talked a little about our personal lives away from work.

Each time, I wondered what kind of personality this person had. As a friend, I wanted to get to know him better.

I had been through several companies before that and had met a good variety of people, but I didn't have that many times when I thought, "I want to get along with this person so badly.

I like unique people, so I wanted to get to know her.

However, the job led to a growing dislike for her, and I began to think, "If only I had met her somewhere other than at work...".

In fact, if we had met in private, I would have definitely invited him for tea or drinks.

At the time, you know, I was overworked and stressed out, and thenForced resetIt took so long for the W

It had been a long time since I had felt such a somewhat empty and sad feeling.

Encounters are strange, aren't they? And it was ultimately that project that led me to quit my job, and that I felt so strongly about quitting.

If she had ended up doing the project with someone who was more willing to help (which I expect of her), I might have been more willing to do my job. I might not have retired.

I don't mean to imply that it was her fault. Because my retirement has given me the life I originally wanted.

What can I a puzzle, the stress material started to fit together, and eventually I was able to resign from my job and find a job I love.What is this! It's like, "W!

Is the fact that I ended up meeting someone like her the result of my own choice to force a reset? I think it is a result of my own choice to force myself to reset? I think so.

If you go any further...spiritualI'm going to stop here because it's a bit too much.

Well, life is full of such coincidences, isn't it? There are a lot of things that happen in life, aren't there?

So, there was a woman I wish I had met elsewhere instead of at work...that's how I remember it.

I don't know if any of you have read this far, but if you have, thank you so very much!

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