...feeling insecure Rosey @sue2023

Travel, money

The repercussions of psoriasis! Had to take myself of a day permanently as work didn't listen,means the mere wage I'm on won't pay for rent,ill make it up somehow,not going to do work when end up in pain


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Rosey @sue2023

It's only one day,would have easily been rectified,sick of the stress ,still have 20 other clients, and still have a job for now,my whinge for today lol

A @millionways

You are taking good care of yourself! You will make it. 💙

Rosey @sue2023

Thanks a million ,million ways means so much to me your comment,cheers

Lindakay1948 @lindakay1948

Rosey can you retrain for a different area..?? That might help a bit...also make sure no one can replace you easily...which is why I suggest some new training...I am in an odd position I can look as deformed as I want as a result of P however I do a very difficult area and no one wants I say WANTS to do my Job and I get much more money than average..think about it Underwriter makes a small fortune...I work a specific branch of and well wishes for a much better day my darling

Rosey @sue2023

All's ok,thanks Linda,company hires all the time ,most font last more than a few weeks as they don't realise it's hard work,lol,us older workers are the stayers.

Rosey @sue2023

Yes have searched and searched for new job,lots of people are out of work,something will slap me in the face sooner or later.

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Rosey @sue2023
Perth WA,

Had psoriasis forever but weathered the ups and downs.Tomorrows a different story.

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