Hello, my name is Heather and I have been struggling for over a week now on making a decision to become a manager or not at work. Let me give you some history. I have been diagnosed with bipolar for over two years now. I left my last job due to the disorder and didnt think I would ever work again (it was that bad). Then after 7 months and getting married I thought it would be nice to have something to do so I went back to work at Mcdonalds with whom I have worked as a manager before. I worked a few weeks and then had a mental breakdown due to working the night shift and not getting sleep and not taking my meds at the right times. So they switched me to a different shift and things have been great. Now though they want to make me a manager again and I cant decide if it would be good or bad for me. I know that it is a lot more stressful as a manager than a crew member and there are so many things to consider and I have been trying to weigh the good and the bad but I cant come to a 100% decision. Please someone give me some advice or chat with me about it. I would really appreciate it! Thanks for listening!
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