I`m not sure if that happened to you recently or a long time ago,
but I totally feel for you!.
Don`t worry about the last post from that J-off.
It`s always tempting to complain to someone`s supervisor,
but in this case I think it would be a waste of time b/c I`m 100% sure someone has already done that for you already.
If that woman seriously acted like that,
she`s probably even more miserable than you,
and has certainly made many people loose their minds before.
I hope she gets punched in the face by an irate person.
Stuff happens financially,
and it really sucks,
when your health/injury puts you there.
The last thing you need is a miserable slob yelling at you.
Everyone has their breaking point,
and she`s lucky you are like me and cried instead of stabbed her with her own pencil.
Actually you are doing more than a lot of people by trying to get things straightened out...b/c it`s much easier to just sit on your a** until you`re homeless.
But remember these things (typing them may hopefully help ME actually stick with them)- Stick up for yourself.
People make scenes all the time..why?...b/c they get their way by doing so.
Don`t be a psycho,
but get serious if needed.
you will never see any of those people again in your life(hopefully).
Who cares what they think of you.
I don`t take getting scolded in public well...but if you find yourself in a situation where you`re not sure if you should say anything in your defense for fear of making a jerk out of yourself,
try to imagine that you`ve got your entire family/most fearless,
sh**-talking friends standing right behind you,
backing you up.
think of what they would do at that moment.
And if you`re wrong,
and you do make an a** out of yourself...
high-tail it out of there,
don`t get arrested,
And this is coming from the most non-confrontational person ever.
Not to sound selfish,
but spending this time typing this is perhaps to really help me to not find myself in your position one day.
But I felt initially compelled to respond b/c reading that made me sad for you...and I wish you the best of luck!
- got laid off,
had great and equally bad experiences at the plainfield nj UI office,
and still paying for my 2006 broken leg.