Things don’t always go as planned, and we have to go with the flow sometimes. We all have been in a situation where we did something selflessly out of generosity, but unfortunately, landed in trouble. It sucks when people are too quick to judge and don’t try to understand the reason behind our actions. Although we can’t control the perception of others but deep down inside we’re hoping they would understand.
No matter how big the trouble is and how bad things become, they can only effect us as much as we let them. Our attitude towards a situation determines everything. If we get angry and lash out, we only make things worst. It often happens at the work place that our manager gives us a hard time by being a tough person. Sometimes they refuse to believe us and our excuses, and it is up to us to make them believe. We found a rather intriguing story on Reddit regarding this issue, and it is worth a read. It’s about a girl who worked at a reputed coffee shop located in a big city of California. She got written off due to doing more overtimes. To find out how she tackled this situation, scroll down to read the whole story.
So here’s what happened.
The OP lost her overtime privileges.
OP grabs her drink and setts off.
OP gets her privileges re-instated.
High school kids can be hard to deal with. Especially when they’re partying and acting non-serious. These kids have a damn care attitude sometimes. The OP knew the hassle her coworkers had to go through dealing with high school kids. She chose to help her colleagues instead of signing off after her shift was over. It’s weird how the manager didn’t believe OP and wrote her off.
Reddit stories are never complete without a word from the Redditors. Their comments always complete the stories. Here are some comments from the Redditors, sharing their opinions on the matter. Scroll down and check them out.
Teaching the manager a lesson.
This breaks our heart.
The only right thing.
Watch them loose their sh*t.
Sometimes it is important to teach others a lesson. Otherwise they don’t understand what they’re doing is wrong. We all have done this at some point in our lives where others refused to believe in us, and we had to show them we were right. What’s your story? Let us know in the comments below.