Friday, 20 July 2012

Pain in the Arse

God isnt it amazing how work can become a real pain in the arse, dont get me wrong I love my job and it is very rewarding as I am actually helping people to have a better standard of living and escaping the poverty trap. but there are time when it all gets to much.

Well I am having one of those times, where treading water would be a step forward and a boss, or bosses, where they look at the big picture and forget that some of us are having a time of it. I know some of you are thinking why dont you talk to your boss, well I have and if fact I got them to write up a plan for them to help sort out the problem, but another thing has come up and I am left at square one again. I could just go off with stress, but I am one of those chaps  who comes in even if I am dying with the flu and I dont really want to go down that route.

Actually this is one of the reasons why of late I have not been writing on my blog, illustrating or painting as I feel so knackered when I come home I dont even want to watch TV. Please dont worry either as this is not a cry for help as I know what I have to do and hopefully I will be back to my normal productive self shortly.

So hopefully I will be back to posting comments, posts, illustrating and painting shortly and oh yes organising a big game for Partizan. So for those who have read this thanks, dont worry and all the best. We all have times like this and we all come through them. Rant over.

Have a great day

12 comments:

  1. Hope your feeling better soon Pete, as someone who's suffered from stress at work to the point that I ended up on Beta blockers and enforced time off by my doctor, I really hope you are able to find a way through the stress and come out the otherside. I know that taking time off feels like loosing but if your really that wiped it might be a good idea.

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  2. Pete - hope you get better soon. Stress isn't something to take lightly. Your symptoms could even be early signs of clinical depression - do go and see your doc, if only to get a proper diagnosis on the record.

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  3. I echo both above. I own the T-Shirt, DVD and Tour Program for working till you drop. Not realy bright or clever. Now having to claw my way very slowly back to health. Work is a distant memory (a year this week) and the future is not so clear yet.

    Take care
    Ian

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  4. With you on this one PK. Sounds very much like my week. I don't see mine getting much better for about 6 more weeks. Hang in there mate.

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  5. Sounds like all the advice has been dished out above, so just know that we are all rooting for you and know where you're coming from! All the best, mate.

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  6. Panzerkaput- do take the above advice.
    We are thinking of you...

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  7. Rooting for you meet, A lot of places are piling on the pressure to everyone lately

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    1. Rooting for you Mate! meet wth?

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  8. I hope matters become easier for you as soon as possible.

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  9. You've the right attitude when dealing with stress-you know what you have to do and know this too shall pass. Chin up.

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  10. Hope that things pick up for you soon chap. We miss your comments and above all your illustrations!

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