Your Bad Mood

What happens when your bad mood affects some one else?

High school psychology class taught us not to displace our anger and not to take it out on anyone else, especially not waiting until the end of the day and hurting the ones you love because of something that happened at work.

The same should be said for people interacting with customers in retail environments and service based staffers with their clients.

It is never okay for your bad mood to impact someone’s day, their life or especially a child’s life – and my child’s life in particular.  Keep it in check and focus on the things that are right in front of you – please. Then, go home and work it out with a run, cross-training, kick boxing or whatever helps…we are not your punching bag.

~ Dawn aka Hat Girl

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