I got in a debate between my cousin, who I work with, and a woman who works in a food delivery service.
After she told me that I had a tendency to get emotional in conversation, I got angry.
It got to the point where I said to my cousin that I didn’t care if I was emotionally upset.
I had never felt that way before.
It’s like someone said to you: you’re the most normal human being on earth, so why do you have to be so self-conscious?
I don’t know if this was a conscious decision, but it felt like I was getting bullied.
When I looked at her, I didn.
I couldn’t see her face and it felt creepy.
I felt like this woman had been trying to say something about my character.
I’m not saying that I have a deep and abiding hatred for her.
I think she just had this weird attitude and I couldn.
The argument went on for a good 30 minutes and I was pretty upset.
She then asked me why I didn?t just tell her that she didn’t like me and to go back to her.
In the end, we both agreed that it would be more comfortable if we stayed in touch.
My friend who works at the restaurant also took the Uber to get to work and ended up spending an hour and a half in a parking lot talking about her emotions and what she was feeling.
I also ended up at her home to talk to her about it and to share my thoughts.
What’s your reaction to this issue?
Do you think this is a normal issue or should Uber be doing more to help people avoid being harassed online?
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