Yup...I'm gonna do it again. Quit that is. This time with fairly valid reasons, and at the advice of my pdoc for the 1st time. Too much stress, it's impossible to figure out if my meds are even working. Poor house, here I come! I'm nervous to deliver the news but I'm so relieved to be done with it...despite feeling like a huge loser/quitter. The sugar daddy implication from my boss followed by the demand that I work a 12 hour day because he wants one off although he only works 5 days a week to my 6 and about 5 hours to my 8.5-9hrs...he's on salary. Lucky pervert. Regardless, the point of all this is I want to hear your quitting experiences and get some advice on the proper way of quitting without just running away. I'm not sure that I want to explain to him that I have bp and he is way to demanding for me to cope with, but really, he's going to want some sort of explanation. I do all of his work, so he's going to manipulate to the full extent of his abilities to force me to stay! Any advice? Relevant stories?
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