Pulling the Plug

So I finally did it. I’ve had enough. And because of that, I pulled the plug. I no longer gave them room for any negotiations. Simple. Just like that.

After giving my two-week’s notice, I thought that I could still go on having a normal life where I report to the office regularly. But I was wrong. On the last week, I was dragging myself to misery every time I show up in the office.

To be fair, I do enjoy what I do. I can handle the pressure and stress. I can easily deal with stubborn co-workers. If there was a stare down contest, I’m definitely going to emerge as the winner. I’m also stubborn too, you know. But that’s not my game. I don’t want to play dirty. I want to be fair. My righteous upbringing prevents me from heading that dark and dangerous path.

I will also side to what’s right and just. I can’t stand seeing people get mistreated or under-appreciated. I can’t stand to just be there and watch them take advantage of the people’s weaknesses. In fact, I should be there to protect them and nourish those lost souls but it’s not my call. It never was.

The more I stay, the more I would hate myself for the indecent thoughts that will run through my brain. The more I stay, the more chances I’d have of losing my respect to the bosses.

I know I gave my word but they gave me no choice the moment they announced their intention to abandon us again.

So I finally did it. I’ve had enough. And because of that, I pulled the plug. I no longer gave them room for any negotiations. Simple. Just like that.

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