You metioned Kate to stop thinking about my night supervisor when I get home to try occupying myself. Have something planned will keep me from focusing what happened at work.
What would be examples of this?
You may want to try something you really enjoy. If that is going out, then something you look forward to would help. Anything that is around other people is ideal because that would help you see that others react better to you than your supervisor does, helping you boost your esteem. So volunteering is one idea. Another is grocery shopping or other kinds of shopping. That helps you to be around others and it is distracting. Visiting someone is good too. If you want to be inside, then watching a good movie helps or talking to someone on line. You can make a lot of friends on line and have someone to talk with anytime you feel work is getting to you.
You may also want to journal your feelings when you get home. Writing them out can help you get them off your chest so they do not bother you as much. Writing them down and putting them aside is a way to get your feelings out and off your mind.
Kate, your last answer I clicked accept to accept your answer and I wanted to leave feedback. On the feedback page the neutral circle was highlighted and I was trying to click positive and it still showed neutral. I left page and came back and accepted earlier answer with bonus for you. If neutral was highlighted I would liked this answer changed to positive please. Your answers have been great. I do not want to select neutral for your answer.
Do you need me to click accept for your second answer you gave me as it did not show thank you for accepting my answer as something went wrong? accept button is not there . I accepted your first answer as I want to be sure you were paid. I'm sorry for this mess.
Thank you so much for letting me know. I did not receive the neutral but I will forward your question to the moderators just in case so they know to look into it. Thank you again for your thoughtfulness!
Talk to you soon,