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TheSullenGirl posted:
Thanks for the good vibes - it must have worked! I got the job!
I put in my 3 weeks at work - I have so much that must get done.
Of course now I'm sick - all the stress/lack of sleep/working a bunch of days in a row caught up with me!

It has been the year of change for me. While I am excited, I am scared of change. I have been working for the same employer for the past 8 yrs. I just hope I made the right jump. I think I did because work was getting toxic. Who wants to sail on a sinking ship?

Anyway - thank you for all of your support - I just wanted to update ya'll.

(((huggies of support to those in need)))
Kate_Te responded:
Congratulations SG!!!!!
friedeggs replied to Kate_Te's response:
congrats sg, you will be fine, as the saying goes always trust your first instinct. thats what you did. best wishes you really deserve all the best
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bubbles_bobble replied to slik_kitty's response:
hip hip hooray sg! take care of yourself
One day at a time
Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
Great news! Congrats!

And I hope you're already starting to feel better now.

Change IS hard but often so well worth it!
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
~Christopher Robin to Pooh

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