I don't know how many of you are in a similar situation where you're going to some sort of therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist but I go to group therapy once a week on Tuesday's so that means I can't work those evenings. I was in an interview today and had already established that I volunteer Sunday afternoons-so that could be changed around since they'd need me to work then but when the woman asks if I can't work Tuesday because I'm volunteering at the same place, I tell her no it's a different conflict-she then proceeds to ask me WHAT it is....because I was unprepared for it-most people have common sense enough to leave it alone. So I say the first thing that comes to my head-that I volunteer at a doctor's office-doctor and volunteering were already in my head. No not the best move to lie but I shouldn't have even been in the interview-I'll explain if you want haha and like I said, GENERALLY people don't ask why or if they do "conflict/personal conflict" is enough. So....has anybody else been asked to explain beyond "conflict/personal conflict" what are you supposed to say? I mean I'm not ashamed of going to therapy but let's face it a lot of people are going to take that the wrong way.
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