Well I went back to work temporarily as a chef this last week to fill in for a walk off the job situation. I was nervous about my mental state and physical state. Surpisingly it went well. I worked 40 hrs in 4 days and only got close to a panic attack once. I was worn out for sure and am not ready to do anything full time yet, but it was a good challenging experience. I think they are keeping me on to do breads and desserts during the day like 3 days a week. This is pretty ideal for now until I adjust to a regular work routine. Oh an ironic thing was they were talking about a past employee that was a little whacked and they were saying they were sure she was Bipolar and joling about it. I just smiled and kept my mouth shut. The perception we have to deal with is certainly a challenge. Any other back to work experiences of late.
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