You know what they say. “It’s just a job.” Jobs, like people, places, objects, or any of the other things wellness books mention when they want us to look at the cup as if it’s half full, are replaceable.
Right? That’s the nature of being in the workforce. Unless you’re truly dedicated to that company and you intend to retire from it, you’re not going to be there forever.
At some point you’re going to move on and have different coworkers, managers, and probably a different health insurance. We focus so much on how jobs are replaceable and how it’s “just a job,” that we ignore what it feels like when it’s not, and what it feels like when that job is contributing to your chronic suicidality.Read more on themighty.com