It's this co-worker's problem, not yours. It could be ignorance and/or fear; a lot of people don't know what to say or do around mental health issues. And they don't know what questions to ask, or how to ask them.<br />
You have no reason to apologize. She's the one blowing this all out of proportion. My best advice would be to keep acting normal around her, treating her exactly like you do your other co-workers. Hopefully in time she'll relax enough to at least speak to you.<br />
Wishing you all the best in a tough situation.
I agree with welshbabe. I wouldn't apologize. Just ignore her and move on with your life. She's not a real friend.
Why bother letting her know that she hurt you? Stop giving her your time, energy and heart. She's always hurting you and I don't think she acts like the type of friend that you are looking for. Just my opinion but I guess you have to do what you think is best for you. :)
I absolutely agree with you! lagatta! :D Great advice my darling friend :D :D
it's not you.........it's her...........a lot of people can't deal with that kind of truth......i live it.......& i understand.......i apologize for her & the many others that will come
i understand ;-)
No, you don't need to apologize for telling the truth. I know it hurts, but time to find new friends. I have fellow classmates while during our study group (to answer a question for a test) said the answer to the question is "get another phlebotomist to be with you. Those psychiatric patients are unpredictable"<br />
I was offended but kept my mouth shut because it was discrimanatory.<br />
you can be social and friends at work, but remeber, bottom line, it's still a work environment so keep personal stuff like that, personal.
I read your question. Personally if that was me! "No" i wouldn't apologise for telling her at all. Her problem i feel. Not yours. I wouldn't go asking her for forgiveness! "NO"!!! way! You'll just have to get on with living your life and try ignoring her. Sorry this sounds so grim,. I'm writing on how i would feel. <br />
It will be interesting to see what other good EPeeps would say and do.
No! my babes! No problem darling! No harm done. You know that gorgeous don't you!? :D :D
As far as I'm concerned - you've done nothin' wrong.
U hav answered ur own question. Her behaviour tells u the answr. She is the **hole. Not u. She seem to be all about herself. A sponger. User. Taker and not interested in being drawn into others drama. Dont feel bad. Just be dismissive professional and move on. Create some personal boundaries
maybe she felt you were talking about your problems too much, i have a sister with schizophrenia but i dont tell coworkers about it, its none of their business, she probably thought you could have it, one of the reasons why i dont tell people about my sister is because they start assuming i have problems too
There are many supposed educated people who do not understand mental issues. They do not understand that none of us are free of a "mental problem of some sort". In her ignorance she has lost a friend. Do not try and force yourself upon her. Just chalk it up to the fact that she is living with misinformation. But, you cannot teach her. She will only know the truth when she or someone in her family has a "mental" issue. Count her as gone. It may hurt much, but I have had the same thing happen to me. You will get over it. She is the loser in this deal. Forget her.
Well first off she knows you don't have a sister. She thinks your admission is a little strange. Possibly, she believes you are making this all up. Even if it was all true, it is not important enough to warrant a comment. Just walk up to her and say, let's have an ice cream for lunch. Bet she would be buds in an instant.