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I'm afraid I might lose my job because of my partying habits. What can I do?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Job stress
Associate with more responsible people, limit your party times to weekends, go to the gym when your tempted to party, find friends who are more into fitness and health than partying.
Excess party going will cost you in more ways than one, your health, your career and your integrity can be negatively impacted. My best.

In brief: Job stress
Associate with more responsible people, limit your party times to weekends, go to the gym when your tempted to party, find friends who are more into fitness and health than partying.
Excess party going will cost you in more ways than one, your health, your career and your integrity can be negatively impacted. My best.
Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: 3 Choices
You have 3 choices.
1. Make no change & don't worry about the situation. You can even feel surprised when you have to face the consequences. 2. Make the determination that partying is a prior in your life. Don't change & suffer the consequences. 3. Decide that employment & be healthy is a priority. Decide to cut down on or stop partying. Save your job, your reputation, your self -respect.

In brief: 3 Choices
You have 3 choices.
1. Make no change & don't worry about the situation. You can even feel surprised when you have to face the consequences. 2. Make the determination that partying is a prior in your life. Don't change & suffer the consequences. 3. Decide that employment & be healthy is a priority. Decide to cut down on or stop partying. Save your job, your reputation, your self -respect.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Be a model employee
Employers hire people to do good work, improve the morale and personal interactions within the company, and help project a good public image for the company to the rest of the community.
An employee who has activities that he worries the boss won't like, should try to be better than his coworkers in work quality, interpersonal relationships, and contributions to the company, to stay very valuable.

In brief: Be a model employee
Employers hire people to do good work, improve the morale and personal interactions within the company, and help project a good public image for the company to the rest of the community.
An employee who has activities that he worries the boss won't like, should try to be better than his coworkers in work quality, interpersonal relationships, and contributions to the company, to stay very valuable.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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