I can't get no satisfaction

Client: Physio Medicine

Storytime: Everyone: 'You seem kinda tired, are you alright?'
What I want to say: 'No, I'm struggling with an excessive number of fears and anxieties, a society that believes it's alright to yell at me for my feminist agenda when I want to be treated equally, the fact that I always seem to be taking on too much at work to be an interesting person, and I've never been taught how to properly deal with stress because everyone has been conditioned to think that stress can be dealt with by getting on with it so I feel like crying all the time and I'm 99 percent sure that my life is completely out of my control so I can't sleep at night unless I'm completely exhausted.'
What I actually say: 'Must be getting a cold, I think.'

Full article: Have I mentioned that I can't?

Favourite paragraph:

It is a dilemma millions face: stuck in a terrible job but can not get themselves out. How can you make the great escape? All of this means, that if you hate your job, you have to act on it. You have to either figure out how to improve your current work situation or you have to find another job where you can be happy. The only option you do not have is to do nothing, because staying in that job you hate can make you sick. Remember: no job is ever worth your health. In fact, nothing is!