Yes. You must maintain a professional attitude at all times. The last thing you need is to lose your job. Ideally, don't discuss him, or what he did, with any of your work colleagues and never, ever, discuss personal matters during working hours. Focus solely on your work.
This may also be the impetus you need to look for a new job or undertake training, with career advancement in mind.
My boyfriend cheated on me earlier this month. At first, I would call, text and message him constantly. I have now completed no contact for four days. No phone calls, messages or texts. Nothing. Do you think that the no contact rule could still work? What if he is dating the girl he cheated on me with?
My boyfriend of 1.5 years broke up with me recently. He wants to do no contact. Unfortunately, we are co-captains of a co-ed team together, and we play all of the same sports. We’ll be seeing each other up to four times every week, and traveling to camps and tournaments together several times a year. How is this even going to work? What should I do?
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