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Thanks for sharing I'm happy that things got better at the end. I have been with my supervisor for 8 years on and off because of my depression and the fact that I was being ignored by him over the years, depression got worse, started to have panic attacks which made the whole situation worse.. anyways Im submitting my thesis for the second time as my examiners requested.
My only worry that I will not be able to feel free and like my self again, I am afraid that the damage is too bad to recover from...
Thanks again for sharing <3
Before getting into the postgraduate world I was full of confidence, I was always good at what I do/study... I moved to London to do masters and Phd at Imperial College. Unfortunately my supervisor is the WORST he bullies me constantly. Im always trying to be initiative, helpful, but the whole team has a hostile toxic relationship, and it seems that this is common in grad schools. For example I once suggested to publish a poster and he gave me a smirk and said: why? This is one of many awful encounters.
Have any one experienced this type of bullying? How do you gain your self confidence back? How can you continue working in your field while feeling weak and inadequate.. please share your experience with me...
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