REG: Change Management -- Too Much Change...

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cfleischmann
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01 Feb 2018, 1:41 pm

Hello Everyone:

I can't take much more change or I might lose my mind. My life is changing faster than my little autistic brain can reasonably keep up and I feel I might experience issues if things either 1) don't begin to "normalize" or 2) the amount of change I'm subjected to needs to slow the heck down.

First I need to live with my grandmother because the rent where my mom and I were staying was going up and we can't afford it (even on a lease), I don't want to deal with grandma and auntie's crap and mom being under stress because she has to play cinderella in addition to her paid job.

Second I go to the taco bell that I thought would remain for the most part unchanged and the whole things had my workflow on its head:
1) they were out of mountain dew baja blast (a.k.a. "window cleaner" / my drink of choice)
2) the ordering process has changed drastically
3) their humans that used to know me by name, know exactly what I was in the mood for, etc. are not there.

I don't know how much more sudden change I can take.

HELP!


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cfleischmann
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02 Feb 2018, 5:54 pm

hi All:

A quick update on this open change management claim. I survived yesterday... Barely but I did.


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02 Feb 2018, 7:06 pm

I'm glad you survived. You seem like you would be a survivor.



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02 Feb 2018, 7:42 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
I'm glad you survived. You seem like you would be a survivor.


With all what I’ve bern through (multi factor abuse, lack of. Proper autism services as a kid, dealing with my parents divorce, etc) you’d be right about me being a survivor


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- more than likely on a mobile device