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you can always leave your job

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my co-worker has harassed me in the past, there are no laws to stop her. domestic laws are wide and varied; no so in the case of co-workers; its up to someone in the office to put an end to it.

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my co-worker has harassed me in the past, there are no laws to stop her. domestic laws are wide and varied; no so in the case of co-workers; its up to someone in the office to put an end to it.

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You need to speak to someone in authority.

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There are people in authority but I wouldn't have the verbal skills to explain it. It's weird- my words would be scrutinized and denied and I'd have to have the skills to convince. Any time a victim tries to speak up they end up sounding mentally ill. But it's the abuse that makes them sound this way, not their own psychology. It's impossible for an ordinary person to explain what's happening because people know how to abuse in subtle but very damaging ways. For the longest time I just practiced forgiveness but it just gave them more ammunition you could say.

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Can you keep a diary of events or even get another co-worker to help. Do you belong to any union?

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I started doing that but everytime I tried the incidents seemed do inconsequential and ridiculous that I thought no one would understand. Now I see if I had kept it up they would have seen the same pattern I did and I'd be free.

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Co-workers can have accidents.

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