It’s going to take me a few days to recover from the trauma I went through. I’m not a person who uses the word “trauma” loosely either. I’ve had a lot of jobs in my lifetime. Many of them didn’t work out for some reason or another, but only two of them were actually traumatic. By the way, according to a study (https://www.thebalance.com/how-often-do-people-change-jobs-2060467) that I read not too long ago, the average 50-something-year-old person has held an average of 11.7 jobs in his or her lifetime. In other words, changing jobs is more common than I thought. I’m not some crazy weirdo. People do it all the time for different reasons. Now, I’m not quite 50-something, but at least I know the figures of people who are.
The boss at my part-time job doesn’t seem eager to put me back on her schedule now. It seems like my presence was more desirable when I was working for a “better” employer. Now that I don’t have that job, the other lady wants to play games. SMH. Fortunately, I never stopped being self-employed. I always know how to jump back on the MEBOSS wagon and pretend that I never got off. I mean, I’ll still work for her if she ever gets done playing games, but I’m not going to count on her for pay.
The other experience is going to take me some time to get over. They humiliated me, so I have to be able to forgive them and not wish bad things on them even though they sort of ran me off my job. I still have to pray for them positively. It’s not going to be easy because they really hurt me, but God will help me find a way.