re: I'm so sorry to hear that. Well, basically what my manager told me was that if you go away, eventually the same will happen to other women in your ...

Right now I'm just glad that that chapter is over. Looking back, not bringing it up is one of my regrets. Should've stand my ground at that time but I guess burn out got the best of me. I officially left for different reason which we discussed and came to an understanding at the end. I totally agree with you, he is oblivious about the discrimination. The HR (being also a woman) didn't help. It was tragic that I just gave up at that matter. I left to save my own skin not thinking of other women after me. I should've been braver. I hope to have the courage to speak about it (to him) someday. I'm happy things worked out for you. Your story is an inspiration for us women in the field.

Don’t be hard on yourself. Your situation was completely different and we always do our best . 🀘🏻❀️🀘🏻

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