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So, I volunteer at a halloween haunt and I missed Friday because I was very sick then I missed Saturday because I had an important wedding for my Aunt and then I missed Sunday because I was having anxiety attacks, but I don't think it was one now that I think about it, I was just in a bad mood and was crying a

So, I volunteer at a halloween haunt and I missed Friday because I was very sick then I missed Saturday because I had an important wedding for my Aunt and then I missed Sunday because I was having anxiety attacks, but I don't think it was one now that I think about it, I was just in a bad mood and was crying a lot. I texted my "boss" and told him that I was going to miss my "shift" Sunday because I had already told him a week prior that I was not gonna be there Friday or Saturday.

Now, he is concerned about me and wants to go out to lunch tomorrow.

I'm so scared, cause I feel like I was making the anxiety attack up so I didn't have to go, even though I love volunteering at the halloween haunt so much!

Now, he's probably gonna question me at the lunch with me tomorrow and ask if I'm alright and it's probably gonna make me nervous.

What do I do!?

By the way: I'm not gonna tell him I was lying or else he's going to get mad and also I'm 15 years old so I doubt I will get "fired" because it's volunteering.
Anonymous.
My parents already know about this and they want me to go and it's for the fact that he cares about my life.
As well, he is not a pedophile, and he is gay so he has no intentions for a girl like me.

Best Answer:

Princess Liv: I suggest you speak with your boss at work, not at lunch and be honest about what's going on. Who knows, he may well be willing to help. Otherwise, you can just leave work. While it's a volunteer position, you are expected to contribute.

Other answer:

Princess Liv:
You can't just miss all that work. While this is a volunteer position, I assume you want references for future employment? No way. The real world doesn't work like that, no matter what your excuse is, to your boss (who doesn't care about your personal life, only that you keep not turning up) you are a flake. He's either going to fire you or give you a stern warning. If you have all those anxiety problems you have no business making commitments to anyone.
Bob:
just plan on getting fired
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