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  1. I know it can seem lonely out there - being sane, but keep holding on... Thank you for this reminder, that it's US who are sane. I feel out on a limb at work at the moment, so i'm so glad i joined the forum. Being amongst sane people is what i need right now, cos walking through town looking at the 90% masked people makes me despair.
  2. Hi Wiggs, fellow newbie poster here . I do a similar job, and went to occy health just to document my feelings about mask wearing, for future reference, as a senior manager had already suggested that i couldn't do the job if i was unable to wear a mask in the office. I had my misgivings within a few minutes of my counselling session, when she felt the need to tell me she'd been a nurse for 20 years, so therefore knows how serious this pandemic is. Wallowing in self righteousnesss. I found it difficult to reconcile my willingness to wear a mask in a clients house,
  3. That was my first post, and i feel better already !!
  4. I have a similar dilemma Clansman. I work for a local authority, and a month ago they mandated mask wearing in the office. My job involves visiting people in their homes, and for the few minutes i am with them, i am willing to wear a mask. But for me it stops there. A manager has told me that if i can't wear a mask in the office, then i can't do my job. I won't voluntarily leave, and am documenting my distress with the occupational health department. I've just had a session with a 'counsellor', over the phone, and she gave me the shpiel about wearing one fo
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