Anyone who has worked for minimum wage with the general public can attest to the trauma. What not everyone will tell you is that sometimes this pain stems from the customer’s trauma as well as your own. As a random stranger paid to provide a service for others, you meet a surprising number of people who can’t help but overshare. It has begun to irritate u/-FemaleEnergy, a cashier who is tired of being treated like an impromptu therapist by those she is ringing up.
When she posted a rant about this behavior to r/TrueOffMyChest, claiming that it was affecting her own mental health, it sparked a thread that was both interesting and sad in its explanation of the behavior, as well as some tragic examples. Therapy may not be available to everyone, but it should be. We all take mental health as a joke but in reality, it should be treated like a physical problem is treated. Keep on scrolling down below and see what’s the real deal and make sure you watch it till the end otherwise, you are not going to get the whole point here.
1. Take this title seriously please everyone
2. It’s okay to burst out sometimes
3. We all hope that she is doing okay
4. It needs a lot of mental stability to deal with such jobs
5. What is this an excuse for breaking in and stealing a damn helicopter?
6. And you still chose the way that leads to destruction only
7. This is hilarious
8. Words of wisdom
9. Let it go in one ear and out the other
10. I literally feel sad for that poor lady
11. What a time?
Often people are so lonely that they don’t even have anyone to talk to or to let their burden be a little less. Sadly a lot of people still think that there are no such issues as mental health issues, and we have to do something about it. The people OP discovered at her job had one thing in common and that was they were lonely as heck and they didn’t have anyone to talk about. So we should just accept the fact that mental health matters and we need to start having some sessions for the sake of our own health,
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