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I know that I have nothing to be ashamed of, that I am a smart, competent employee, but Coworker’s comments really bring me down and I worry that they influence how the rest of the staff thinks of me. The next time he mentions it, you could say, “Fergus, I don’t drive because of a health issue.
I don’t want to discuss it, and I want you to please stop bringing it up.
But if he does ask, say this: “As I said, I don’t want to talk about it.” And if necessary: “Please stop asking.” If you don’t want to share that it’s health-related, then instead say this the next time he brings it up: “You bring this up all the time. Please don’t keep asking me about it.” And then if he continues: “Like I said, I’m not discussing this with you anymore.
Please stop raising it.” And if he still continues, know that at that point he’s being an outright asshole.
For the most part I really enjoy what I do, have gotten really good feedback, and am friendly with the rest of the staff.
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However, I have one coworker who just won’t stop making comments about when I’m going to get my license.