pickathelitter (pickathelitter) wrote in thequestionclub,
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My workload is significantly larger than most of the other people in my department.
Recently, a coworker suggested to the guidance department that I take on a student during my lunch, and being that I'm new, I was assigned this student for ten weeks (this is within my contract, so it's not an option for not do it).

That being said, I'm also a full-time graduate student at a school over an hour away.

Every time this particular coworker sees me, she tells me that I look exhausted or wants to know what's wrong.

What's the appropriate response to this?

I was actually feeling good today and then she said that and I tried to explain that I'm super busy and just don't get to sleep much but she then wanted to know why I didn't take summer classes, etc., etc.

Who is bothering you at work?

Unrelated (sort of) how long is your commute?
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