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Panic attack due to work mates?

Discussion in 'Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)' started by ALLEN1307, May 22, 2018.

  1. ALLEN1307

    ALLEN1307 New Member

    May 22, 2018
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    I was getting bullied at work to the state i dreaded coming in to work.
    There was 2 of them what they would do is try to ask what you got upto last night or weekend so they could make snidey comments at you. (They ask then they have a pot shot at you) So i stopped telling them.
    I only talked about work but i was polite good morning please and thanks.
    Everything i did i would get shouted at by a work colleague and constantly having a dig at me.
    He would come to work in a mood for no reason and try to push fellow employees into an argument or fight.
    Everyday he kept digging at me for nearly 2 years so i reported it the boss had a chat then he started ranting at me again so i reported it again then he came in starting to intimidate saying he had a fight with 2 martial artists and beat them both.
    He had no marks on him i was not bothered he started trying to push me into a fight.
  2. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Moderator Staff Member

    Aug 31, 2016
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    Go above your immediate boss to the one above him, and so on until it stops. These bullies should be sent to prison. Some people end up suicidal because of bullies. Bullying should be classed as attempted murder. This kind of treatment can't be allowed to happen. You could do your best to ignore him but then you do still hear what he says. So I think you can speak to the hierarchy of bosses that you have until you get somewhere. If your bosses don't help then you have the right to take it through the courts and your bosses would then be in trouble. Remind them of that! They have a duty to stop it. It is gross misconduct which is a sackable offence. Why have your bosses allowed it to continue?

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