Workplace bullying and mobbing: Rumination, obsession, and the challenge of getting “unstuck”
Seeking the light
Two weeks ago, I highlighted Janice Gilligan White’s insightful and hopeful writings about recovering and healing from severe workplace mobbing. Among other things, Janice’s recollections of obsessing over the details of her experiences capture what so many bullying and mobbing targets go through:
Getting past my own personal circumstance was very difficult for me. I found myself constantly trying to piece together every last detail of my story.
I had to decide how much more time I was willing to spend on all of it.
There is a truth to workplace bullying / mobbing I had to accept; much of what happened I would never know. The destruction of my career and reputation was done behind closed doors of which I had been denied access.
It’s part of common, larger dynamic that I’ve characterized as the challenge of getting “unstuck”:
One of the biggest challenges…
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