Debbie Winchell (Loving Dove)

Lost Love and Job This Month

By: Debbie Winchell (Loving Dove)
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I lost my job today, but I'd been waiting for it to happen, all fall. That's the good and thebad thing about being an empath. I became physically and emotionally ill. It was a bad scene all around. The boss and the owner of the company hired me for skills he thought I possessed but didn't. As far as I can figure out, it was either a photographic memory or super-analytical skills. The method of management in the office was take away the project but never discuss it with me. I was hired to gather and analyze information on regulations for the cosmetic, food and nutrient supplement areas. After I discovered what the boss needed to learn but hadn't in six months, there was a large meeting to which I was not invited, and my position there went downhill from them. My responsibilitybecame data entry, which I really dislike. Working there was like living with an alcoholic again. Hardly any feedback. If there was any, it was usually negative. The rest of the time I was ignored. I strongly suspect that the mistakes of the young men overseeing me ended up on my plate, but my work was never discussed with me and certainly not with the owner of the company present. One of them made a major mistake this past week and I don't think it's a coincidence that I lost my job today. I can't prove anything of course. If these young men stay in this country, I think they're going to have a surprise.

This has been quite a month. It began with being treated quite badly by a man to whom I gave a second chance. He still hasn't let go of me empathically. I have been trying to. I don't really understandwhat's going on with him.I'm afraid the safest thing toassume is that he is mentally ill.

Anotherthing I needto assume is that the Creator really stacked the decks to get me out of that office. If I didn't, I'd be scared half to death of the position I find myself in right now.

As for work, I have 24 years of experience as an administrative assistant. In the last position I worked almost nine years in the information technology department of a health insurance company. I am very computer literate and can use more programs than most people. I am mostly self-taught. I also have several years' experience in historical research.