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By Anonymous - / Thursday 17 March 2016 13:21 / Netherlands - Ottersum
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By  Feklfekl2222  |  32

All you can do is grimace and bear it, it's an emotionally charged time for your boss, and he's bound to settle down eventually. Express your sympathies and try to move past it I guess

By  NomeDMF  |  17

He needs a healthier way to vent. A death in a family can always be a horrible thing to go through but regardless, he shouldn't take it out on you or other employees.

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By  Feklfekl2222  |  32

All you can do is grimace and bear it, it's an emotionally charged time for your boss, and he's bound to settle down eventually. Express your sympathies and try to move past it I guess

By  StickyPickles  |  33

As I always say, depression is merely anger lacking enthusiasm. Go ahead bury me

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  tarlax  |  11

I was pretty indifferent until that rather pathetic "go ahead and bury me". You sound like you have crushing self-esteem issues. Or just a huge chip on your shoulder.

By  NomeDMF  |  17

He needs a healthier way to vent. A death in a family can always be a horrible thing to go through but regardless, he shouldn't take it out on you or other employees.

By  logic_truth  |  9

Aww. I feel for both of y'all. I guess that's his way of dealing with grief. Just lay low for awhile and try to not get on his bad side even when it's not your fault. He'll get better and past this phase. Chins up for both yall!!! Good luck!!

By  Tripartita  |  42

I hope your boss finds healthier ways to deal with his grief. Personally, I take the old fashioned walk-along-the-side-of-the-road-and-shoot-BBs-at-cars approach. But I've heard going to the park and flicking kids on the back of their ears then looking away and whistling works for some people, too.

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  __Kaia__  |  12

Huh. I've never heard about flicking kids on the back of their. ears. I'll have to try it. Although I have always preferred tripping little old ladies in public when they least expect it.

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