I told my parents last night about me losing my job at the end of the month. I've known since Feb. but didn't want to tell them (glad I didn't anyway, my Dad had open heart surgery in April) . I can deal with this better if I don't tell them and have to explain about what happened, you know? My Mom and Dad thought I had a really great job even though I told them many times I was not happy there, that it wasn't a good fit. I am trying to maintain a positive attitude, but I am afraid my Dad is going to call today and ask all these questions why and and it's going to get me down. I know my parents love me, so it hurts to make them upset, but what happened has happend and it's not the end of the world. Nobody died. I am still employable, and I will work again, and my husband is bringing in a decent income, thank God. I have made my peace with it and I am looking toward better opportunities. I am praying that I get this job that I applied for yesterday, it's basically the same job I had previously...
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