When no one listens…

I told the state employee “you scare me, I feel bullied.  I don’t want to talk to you anymore because you are interfering with my ability to parent my son.

I told her supervisor “she scares me.  She is harassing me and bullying me. I don’t want to talk to her anymore because she is interfering with my ability to parent my son. ”

I told the field supervisor “she scares me.  She is bullying me and harassing me.  I don’t want to talk to her anymore because she is interfering with my ability to parent my son”

I told another person in another agency that works with the original agency (in fact, I told her 3 times)  “She scares me.  She is harassing me and bullying me.  I don’t want to talk to her anymore because she is interfering with my ability to parent my son.”

I told the world she scares me, I feel bullied.  I feel harassed.  I feel like she’s trying to drive me crazy – and if I had a shred of a clue WHY I might be dealing with it better.  But now here’s where I am.

I have said I feel bullied and harassed by a state employee – and I’ve been told by at least 4 people “no you haven’t been bullied or abused”.  case closed.  Really?  That’s it?  Oh, gee…sorry, my bad.  I’ll just stop feeling bullied and harassed now.  NOT.

So I guess the defect is really me.  If no one else sees anything wrong with anything this state employee has done – then it must be me, right?  Silence is consent and agreement.

 

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Pearl Manhattan

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