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Hello, I'm Nichole. I'm 22, female, Australian, suffering autism/social issues and proud member
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I feel like work is cruel to me.

Posted March 27th, 2013 at 03:29 AM by Hikamaru

So yeah, I find myself not succeeding at work lately. I never get on with anyone in the factory and something always goes wrong that causes me to want to walk off the job.

I work at a factory that focuses on packaging, about 45 minutes from where I live, and I mainly enrolled there so I could learn the skills for when I eventually get my dream job. However, it's not going as well as I thought.

I'm really considering quitting work because packaging is my weakest field and my anti-social status renders me not able to do group-based work easily. I really should try hard, but I feel like I'm just not ready for work yet.

I need to find a miracle or I'll never get a job.
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