I am having a tough time right now and really need to just say it. I am at work right now and am on the verge of crying because I am just totally depressed. I am having difficulty at work and am overwhelmed. I was given until this Friday to get caught up on mail as I am on a written warning that was sent via email. He never said what could happen if I do not get it done so I have been on pins and needles ever since. Part of my job is taking new claims as I work in insurance and over the past few days, most of my days have been on the phone with basically no break in order to get the work done that is behind. My boss knows this and is not helping, in fact I really feel he is sabatoging my being able to get the work done. I worked on Saturday and with my husbands help got a lot of the mail opened but it all needs to get filed and now new mail is coming in. Since I am depressed, I just cannot get a grip on it and I am just very overwhelmed, not suicidal but just very overwhelmed on the verge of a nervous breakdown. My husband (he is bipolar) even noticed my major depression but is not helping by pushing me to stay and get the work done and calling to see if I talked to my boss. I feel intimidated by him (my boss) so feel I cannot confront him. I just don't know what more I can do and cannot afford to lose my job.
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