I Don’t Want To Get To Know My Coworkers

I just want to go to work do my job and go home. As anti-social as that sounds, that’s all I want. It’s a dream of mine actually. I don’t want to know anyone on anything more than a surface level and I shouldn’t be looked at as weird for that.

Most people aren’t interesting, and people get twice as boring at work.

I have friends outside of work, family too, and if I’m going to add anyone else to my circle it’s going to be on my terms. I’m not looking for relationships in a place that I wouldn’t be if I wasn’t getting paid to be there.

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I wan to help people feel comfortable talking about uncomfortable career and lifestyle topics.

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