I am lost for words right now and it’s just killing me because of the energy that I have been spending thinking about what it is that I could have done to make this former coworker that yelled at me happy with me. Now that I think about it I realize that I cannot change people’s perceptions as to how they feel about me. It would have been nice though if he didn’t demote me to morning shifts after taking my keys and privileges away from me as lead hand for the gas bar. I remember that day when I had to come early in the morning to work and endure the cold weather.It was not a very good feeling and at that moment I was going to quit off hand.
But that would have been bad since I didn’t have any job lined up or to fall back on.But any intolerable person that had to deal with an individual with a crazy, condescending and in your face aggressive and nosy personality would have quit right a way and did something else. I wonder what even drove him to get so mad at me for not getting a person to do his job like I was supposed to babysit him by telling him what to do. He kept yelling and screaming at me about gravel not being swept, just going crazy over as if it was some sort of crisis. I don’t know what drove him to get upset like this and give me a hard time in the process.
But I wish him well and all the best in what he is doing but it wasn’t nice knowing him. I think he is doing pretty well and I know that he is doing good. Hopefully with luck on my side I will never see him again. It’s not like me to write about people but it was just something that had been bothering me for years in having to work with someone who had some deep psychological issues and found negative ways of displacing them on me and other employees. Verbal abuse is something you never really get over once its inflicted on a person in the workplace. The pain last a long time.