Boss Man wrote:Yes you can, as long as you don't use a million and one expletives
amatlack wrote:I've always found that the more women there are in an office, the more drama.
I'm the only woman on my team, and I love it that way.
Just try to ignore her and go back to work. It's just like high school. The more they see that they get to you, the more they want to act bitchy. Some people just never grow up.
musculargirl wrote:Dealing with people you don't like sucks. I think most people can identify with that. Like allison said, just ignore her that's the only thing you can do.
Boss Man wrote:Why not ask her if there is any way she can field calls outside, or in another part of the building or on designated breaks?
Why not talk to your supervisor about the behaviour and see if you can find a resolution that way? The supervisor or manager might back you up.
musculargirl wrote:Your right Boss you can do that too not only just ignore it. Sometimes talking to a supervisor or the person can makes it worse and it can create more drama, but I guess it could help possibly too. Good luck with whatever you decide to do!
brentyboy wrote:If she is so awful, why are you determined to seek her approval? Why are you getting sucked into her world? You need to have a look at why this bitch is getting in your head. I think it is you that has the problem here, not her.
I'm all outta sugar, sugar.
amatlack wrote:But if you accept, it's like punishing yourself. So just say you're busy or that you already went on a walk or something. Unless you want to keep punishing yourself.
musculargirl wrote:I think you've had some good suggestions from everybody. Don't go walking with her and maybe just distancing yourself from her is the best solution. or maybe do like Boss said and even tell her some of her comments offend you or tell your boss. Who cares if she is mad at you, you just have to work with her not be her friend.
Its funny sometimes when you don't like someone, people look for things not to like them. I don't mean you specifcially i just mean in general i've observed that. Things we would overlook with a friend or family member we focus on and dislike in someone we don't care for. I think its human nature.
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