She cleverly started to record the phone call with her boss while they argued and eventually hung up on her. She was feeling ready to quit and went back to bed.
A few hours later, she heard a knock at her door. It was a police officer. Very concerned, she opened the door for him and asked what the issue was. He was very kind and unexpectedly told her he had heard she needed a ride to work and offered to take her to the recovery center.
As it turns out, the cop was her boss’ husband. Her boss had called him and asked if he’d take her to work so she could get to the extra shift since he was on his way to work.
She explained everything to her boss’ husband and got on the phone with her right in front of him. When he heard his wife’s voice, he got on the phone and told her to hang up. Then, he told her she should go back to bed and put her phone on ‘do not disturb.’
She thanked him and told him to have a safe shift while he encouraged her to get some rest.
Although she’s still angry with her boss, she feels bad for her husband. She knew that her house was out of the way for him. He would likely return home to an angry wife, and they’d get into a fight. All those thoughts made her wonder if she should’ve “sucked it up” and let him drive her to work.
Do you think she should feel bad for not taking the extra shift?
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