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    Kate
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    @Fyodor, I actually have a proprietary system for this, but I’m in a Lyft with my boss in NYC- hi Wendy! – and can’t write it out right now. It’s also not something I feel like this LW is going to take seriously, but if anyone is interested…

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    Flowerfly

    Today one of a service user said they like working with me and enjoy it as I listen and support them. They even say ‘thank you God bless’ after most sessions I have with them however my senior heard this and rolled his eyes and smirked. I found it rude but did not say anything. Also, I have tend to speak English in a way that does not make sense as English is not my first language. My colleagues tend to laugh at this indirectly.

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    Flowerfly

    I am reading English books in order to improve my speaking and to raise my confidence. But my confidence shoots down low everyday when I step in the office.

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    LisforLeslie

    What I’m reading is that this guy is a dick. OK. We’ve all worked with assholes before. Doesn’t change my advice to talk to your manager and get your manager’s assessment of your performance. If you can’t do that, then I can’t help you.

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    Northern Star

    Do you want advice, or do you want commiseration?

    You’ve described your boss as a jerk, and that may well be true—but I would also be impatient with someone is constantly thinking, “I CAN’T.” That’s what I get from you.

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