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This is compounded by the fact that I live with my grandparents.
I am saving a lot of money, but it drives home to Coworker that I’m childish, need to grow up, etc.
The doctor is quite outgoing and friendly, and his wife is more reserved and quiet (though nice enough when you get to know her, but none of us know her very well).
The doctor had us (staff and spouses) over to a casual dinner at his home.
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.Because my disability is, for lack of a better word, intellectual, I feel really uncomfortable sharing it. You don’t have to but if you’re willing to, that would be a particularly effective way to shut him down (and hopefully shame him as well).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.That’s reasonable and — as long as you’re calm throughout all of this — any reasonably functional office is going to support your right to tell him to back off. I work in a solo physician’s office — doctor and 12 employees.