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What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know

No Consquences For The Victim

by Eric

I am tired of being a victim. I was in special ed in class and was called named and then I graduated and complained when it happened at work. I did the right thing about someone bullying. My manager told me that I was nothing more then a baby and fired me on the spot. I can't handle being unemployed. Do I just shut up and or keep quitting because I don't want to be bullied or do I get on my hands and knees. I want to support myself and all I get is go to the doctors. Programs don't work for me and the only jobs that can help me I know are being eliminated. I am 28 years do I just accept that I am never going to live on my own. When I go there they tell me that I am a liar and the witness of bullying don't step forward because they would rather keep their job. I used all my resources in Muskegon. How can I get a job if I don't want to be walked on and when they bully. I go cry in the public bathroom.

I want to expand my job search and give up and crawl on my hands and knees. I would like to move out of the nest should let people shut up, work shouldn't have to make me puke everyday of my life because I can't handle criticism they called instruction. I was forced to sign a statement they wanted. They refuse to let me leave. I want to support myself. I want independence. I want to go places without being out in the cold weather. How to overcome, be quiet or quit every time I can't handle life.

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