Not even a few minutes after I straighten up the pharmacy--namely the band-aids--I find myself back over in aisle 1, fixing everything again. Like, I will pull all the bandages and get them settled correctly in their slots. I come back later after finishing aisle six, I find bandages pushed back, scattered and mixed up!
What. The. Heck.
Yesterday there were not many children poking around that area and the customers were not that rowdy. "What happened here," I thought.
I had five minutes left before I had to clock out and go home, so I fixed aisle 1 again. Reaching my hand into the narrow spaces, I pulled everything out and put it back correctly.
I'm going to be honest, I feel like the pharmtechs are deliberately playing with my head. It's pissing me off and aggrevating my issues. And, also it's very atypical of the usual customer prowling, so I'm absolutely sure it's the pharm tech clique at work to drive me insane.
What else could it be? Sure, I'm a little paranoid and my imagination's pretty wild, but this doesn't seem to be a far-fetched theory.
I hope they know that they are driving a person who has PTSD from Narcissistic abuse crazy with their gaslighting. It's not cute or funny either. And legally? They can be sued. Job wise? It's harassment and discrimination.
Because as someone who suffered gaslighting and someone who has ADHD, I'm constantly afraid I didn't do something right or that I forgot something. I do or think I did, anf my world slowly falls apart and I have a break down just like that which interferes with work performance and my well-being.