I work for family. My father and uncle as presidents of the company. My uncle has his 3 kids, wife, brother, and father working here. I work with my aunt in the office and about every 15 minutes it seems she is taking xanax, and it drives me crazy. She can't do her job right. she is almost 46 years old and can't seem to function right. She is constantly forgetting everything and when time comes down for answers from the "boss" everything seems to fall in my lap. Like everyone feels sorry for her because she can't function right. So I am in my own world but have to keep up with hers too so I don't lose my job. If it wasn't for my dad I would find a new one but I worry about his healt because he is also stressed about mostly work. How do I just let it go??
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