First 100 Words
Everybody has the occasional impulse to quit their job out of anger. But just as most marriages don’t end because of a single argument – and let’s face it, jobs are a lot like marriages in many ways – neither should your job.
It’s not always easy to get along with everyone at work. You may feel you have been treated unfairly. Or personality clashes may have caused anger and resentment. But if the reason you feel you want to quit is more a reaction to something that happened to you or around you, rather than a carefully thought-out decision based on the future of the relationship, then think it over before you take that step . . .
When To Use
Avoiding overreaction to conflict; the right reasons to quit; considering the consequences of quitting a job; being professional in letting go; not burning bridges; more.
How to Use
Counseling and individual client sessions, waiting rooms.