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I have been working in a new job now for about two months and I cant handle it my anxiety is extremely bad at the moment. I am casual so I don't have to give notice when I quit, do I text or email my boss? how do I word it? Im too anxious to call

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Danae Hitch Profile
Danae Hitch answered

You go and talk to your boss in person in private - face to face.

I'm sorry, Mr. White, but I am unable to continue to working in my current job. I've had some medical issues come up that has forced me to take a step back from working.

I appreciate all of the training that I've had. It's been a good company to work for so far, but at the present time, I must focus on my health.  Thank you so much.

Shake his or her hand.

Michael Poland Profile
Michael Poland answered

Life will always endure.

It has for thousands of years.

There is nothing humans can do to

stop it. It is here for a reason, to protect

all life everywhere. Don't worry you are on

the right track. Your being observed.

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

A few comments---

Taking a job and then finding out that it is not something you really like to do is still a good outcome---don't feel bad about it.

Tell your boss that you have decided precisely that---it's quite accurate.

(I would avoid mentioning health issues  as a reason--- no use letting that float around out there.)

Given your status as a casual, he may just tell you to leave immediately after you indicate you no longer want to work there---that would not be unusual.

Or---he may want you to not quit and may want to ask whether there is some possible problem with the job.

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