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People at my job hate me? Anonymous 37191

I think the women at my job hate me because I'm young and beautiful. Can anyone else relate? No, I'm not trolling. Serious replies only.

Anonymous 37204

just make your selfe ugly.. -duh!

Anonymous 37207

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>>37191
>young and beautiful
What are Stacies like you doing on a niche imageboard? Get out of here and enjoy life!

Anonymous 37209

They are more likely to feel nervous around you rather than hating you.

Anonymous 37380

>>37191
This happens to me all the time. I have no clue why they are so threatened, as I am a super nice person who would never steal their bf or whatever other crazy thing they are worried about.

Anonymous 37381

>>37191
I have the same problem except I’m really ugly, which confuses me more. I rarely talk to this person or see them but theyre always cold, like holy fuck is my busted face that much of an issue for you lol

Anonymous 47160

>I think the women at my job hate me because I'm young and beautiful

Anonymous 47239

>>37381
Please tell me why this is a thing. I try to be nice as fuck but it doesn't matter. I pull my weight + some, help them when they haven't finished their work, etc. I have literally been there longer than any other girl and they all act like this. Is it because I am not hating my life?

Anonymous 49145

>>37191
Are you also confident and competent?

If so, that's your problem. If you want other women in the workplace to like you, you have to get on your knees and lick their stank middle aged pussy, and act like you are just so dumb, nervous and overwhelmed and you are so grateful for their experience and help.

If you find the idea of doing this to be insulting to your dignity, then congrats, you win at life but lose at being a woman in the workplace.

Anonymous 49163

>>49145
I'm glad you brought that issue up. I used to be a bootlicker and it was pretty ingrained into my personality. Now I am at a new position with a woman boss (all woman department actually), I have had the opposite experience. She is encouraging me to basically not be that and is helping me build my confidence.
Not all jobs and not all bosses will be that way. Training yourself to be a doormat will hurt you in the long run, especially if you ever want to be trusted to hold responsibilities. I am very lucky to have a boss who went through this too and is willing to give me opportunities to grow, but this could be you too once you put yourself out there and have higher standards (it's so tough with low confidence!)
It gets better.

Anonymous 49171

>>49163
Yeah, see, that's exactly it. You started out as a bootlicker, so your boss saw your weakness and is now getting emotional kicks out of "building your strength." You did it right.

If you start out as confident, and you walk in the door your first day feeling like this shit is easy (which it is for some of us working some kinds of jobs), your woman boss will hate your fucking guts.



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