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Re: Blanking – the forgotten symptom?

Re: Blanking – the forgotten symptom?2010-09-21T20:28:33+00:00

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>If I know I’m going to have a five minute conversation, then my mind becomes more engaged and far less agitated than if we start talking and I’m not sure how long it’s going to go. <

Oh, I had major issues with my previous boss about this.. He’d ask to catch up for a “short meeting”, which would then run for over half an hour. He then got annoyed at me for checking my watch and being distracted. I tried to explain to him that I needed to know how long a meeting was likely to go for and that having set times would be good, but he just wouldn’t do that. After meeting with me at 3:30 every week for several week, he then didn’t tell me he wanted to meet after 4pm for whatever reason, and got annoyed at me when I went home at 4pm (which is a standard home time for that workplace).