Quitting a Job

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May 04, 2019

I quit a job after a month and a half of working there. I questioned myself but I knew it was somehow time to go when I sat down with my toddlers and began to hysterically sob. I had no help and I didn’t agree with the morals of the company. I would have never quit as soon as I did if it hadn’t been for the tremendous strain it put on my mental health. I am a hard worker and I pride myself on that but it felt as if I could do nothing right at that job.

Children need to play to learn the center had a curriculum that was made for robots. I believe it was really just to impress parents because the material would overstimulate the kids.

The list goes on. . . I really liked the supervisor on a personal level she was nice to me.

words of wisdom: Always listen to yourself. You will always know what is best for YOU. No one will be able to save you or comfort you as much as you can. I listened to my heart and got out of there because I knew I didn’t owe them anything. I miss the children but I’m sure that my replacement will do right by them.

I am now at a new center and happy because I’m not by myself.

This isn’t my forever job but I want to do well wherever I go.

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