go. So often we get wrapped up in the minutiae of our jobs, but the truth is that very few of us are saving lives (if you are a doctor, I apologize now!), so you can walk away for a few hours and know that everything will be fine and will be waiting for your return.
Long Term Fixes:
1. You can't put a band-aid on this solution. If work is really truly making you miserable, you need to figure out why you are staying. What is making you afraid of leaving? Take a moment, and sit down and face the facts. Only then can you do something about it.
2. Get help. Talk to your friends, sign up for a class, or do something that actually takes you forward. Nothing is more of a date killer than a date who is obviously unhappy in their work, and just as obviously not doing a d*mn thing about it! Even the smallest step can give you a positive boost and more confidence - and isn't that one of the most attractive things in a date?
3. Tell yourself you are WORTH IT. You don't deserve to be unhappy in your career. In fact, you deserve whatever you WANT in life. And if you don't believe it, then I will believe it for you!
Now - take a second and get back on the horse, and the next time you go out - look into his eyes and have some fun for a change!
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