Having someone’s chaos imposed on me makes me crazy. I get “up in arms,” I can’t sleep, I ruminate on it, and I end up fixated on the insanity. My life comes to a screaming halt.
As a result, I have decided that your chaos is not my problem. I cut it off as soon as I recognize it. Sometimes, I don’t recognize it as chaos at the beginning, and it creeps in.
This is what happened this time
- Someone’s inability to deal with their scheduling issues brought chaos into my life.
- The phone calls weren’t made, but “her notes” said she made them. I never received a phone call, text, or voice mail.
- She changed times and days, the persons she sent, and thanked me for being “flexible.”
- She ran out of people to send unless I accepted them coming at night. AT NIGHT! I can’t have the shredder running at night!
I’ve run out of “flexibility” for this. I’m done. I cannot deal with the chaos any longer.
While I could use help, the “10-week Choices” program is a bust. The personnel issues and scheduling issues are too much for me. I’ll hire the work done. It’s easier to deal with, even with the squeeze on my budget.
I told the lady to deal with her chaos or hire someone to do it. I’m done. I regret ever accepting this program because of the chaos already caused in my life.
I hope United Health Care reads this. I hope they deal with it.