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klclt
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Workplace/Acadaemia Issues
      10/24/10 05:06 AM

Hi all,

I stumbled upon this site when I first came back as poz. I didn't know what to do or how to deal with it, and this site has been a lifesaver. And then, I disappeared for about 6 months.

Tonight's one of those "bad nights," though. Tonight, I'm not as mostly-fearless as I usually am. I'm dealing with a roomful of catty women and backstabbing and backbiting. I've been in situations like this before, where you don't know who you can trust and your bosses treat you all like children. It's maddening when you're healthy, and this is the first time I've dealt with it since HIV.

I'm keeping my mouth shut about things that I wouldn't have before, and I don't like it. I used to be someone that people would come to with concerns, because they knew I could phrase it well, and I wouldn't tell who said what. People still do come to me like that, but I've got a whole lot more to lose now, and I'm less likely to help them out. And I don't like it.

Any advice on how I can still use my writing/communication/silver tongue and not screw myself?

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* Workplace/Acadaemia Issues klclt 10/24/10 05:06 AM
. * Re: Workplace/Acadaemia Issues bartlebyAdministrator   10/25/10 11:44 AM
. * Re: Workplace/Acadaemia Issues klclt   10/25/10 06:21 PM
. * Re: Workplace/Acadaemia Issues chiefe8   10/26/10 12:09 PM

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