I am a HSP (highly sensitive person), and I have mentioned this in previous posts before. I tend to have a knack for feeling the feelings of others, if you understand what I am saying. For example, if someone is depressed, they don't have to say anything, I sense it. I am like a magnet for peoples' emotions, which can be good or bad, depending on how one looks at it. It makes me sensitive to others' moods, feelings and/or needs, which is a good thing, but it can also affect me in a negative way...if I let it. It's funny, because I can tell straight away if someone is trying to give a hint...some people don't seem to "get" things in the sense that if someone tries to give them a hint, but I am the opposite.
I used to work in retail as a manager and one particular employee was great! She was punctual, reliable, hard working; however, whenever I would ask her to work on the cash (usually I would tell her the day before what I needed her to do the next day, to prepare her), she would call in sick. I knew straight away that since this was a regular thing that she was very uncomfortable about the cash. I took it upon myself to talk to her, I asked her if being on the cash made her nervous, scared, uncomfortable, whatever, and she admitted it did. So I spoke with her in detail and asked her why she was nervous on the cash, and it was simply a matter of being afraid to make a mistake. I worked with her several times together on the cash, had her watch me, get the feel for it, and then stayed with her and let her do it while I was there. After this she was fine. I was so glad to have been able to figure out that she was uncomfortable with working on the cash and that I was able to help her. Thank you for listening.
The videos I have selected for this post are:
A Just for Laughs Gag/Juste pour Rire
Sorrel (Thirsty for)
Mr. Bean - Meeting the Queen
The Miracle of Little Miss Masterpiece - Iris Grace
For the following, I am providing the link sources beneath each photo. You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.