I frequently hear from people experiencing toxic work environments or abusive relationships with colleagues or even their bosses. The words in this post contain a spontaneous note from a high-level professional letting me know that in the midst of the insanity of her work environment, she felt understood.
I responded back with a note that said:
“I am so glad you feel seen. I hope you are able to get to a better situation. If there’s anything I can do please let me know. All the best. And remember, it’s not you.”
I hope she, and you, reach out when you are ready to create a new path to your personal success.
The number of people experiencing such a toxic, even abusive, work environment or relationships is very high. Staying in such a situation takes a toll. It’s traumatizing. That trauma can have lasting effects.
It’s even more traumatizing and detrimental to long-term mental health when it goes unrecognized. My articles on the subject have comforted many people over many years as noted by the letters, emails, and calls I receive from people thanking me for acknowledging THE TRUTH about their situation. As you can see in the spontaneous note above.
If you are in such a situation, it’s important you seek support. Stay in touch with healthy people. Keep taking self-care measures—it’s essential.
Then I’m here for a Complimentary Call when you are ready to get expert help to carve out a new career path. Be determined to heal and move on in your career and personal life.
Please read my article Tips to Survive a Narcissistic Boss or Toxic Work Environment
THEN REFER TO THESE ADDITIONAL HELPFUL READS FOR YOU
- Advice if You Have a Difficult Boss or Work in an Unsafe Environment
- How to Know if You Are A Lightning Rod For Negativity in a Toxic Work Environment
- How To Take Care of Yourself in a Toxic Environment
- Tips to Survive a Narcissistic Boss or Toxic Work Environment
Resources to Help Reflect on Creating a New Career Path
My website Blog contains many articles, tips, and suggestions to explore a career change or transition. This page includes those specific to the career transition topic, but feel free to look around and you may find others that are of help.
Also, if you scroll down my FREE Articles webpage you’ll find 2 free downloadable Goal Setting Guides that will be helpful in setting goals and planning your next life and career move.
COACHING AND SUPPORT TO TRANSITION TO A BETTER POSITION
I hope these articles and resources have been helpful to you. If you are highly triggered, I recommend you reach out to a good therapist for support and to learn ways to manage your symptoms. If you need a referral please go to my calendar here– and sign up for a 15-minute time slot. In the space provided, indicate that you are looking for a therapy referral. I will see if I can be of help.
Then when you are ready to explore career transition coaching, you may reach out for a Complimentary Conversation to explore your needs and how we might work together.