Our expert says:
I'm not sure people wont allow you to have emotions at all - they often don't want to hear about your emotions, because that makes them feel uncomfortable ; and they may worry if they feel you might expect them to be helpful when they wouldn't know what to do, and are pretty wrapped up in themselves, anyway.
It'd be worth checking with HR or a labour lawyer, but I'm sure a company is expected to make REASONABLE allowances for an employees illness, as regards time off, and so on. Obviously if it gets excessive and interferes with the office's work, they might want to vut it down or make arangements to make up time at other times. Many folks I know volunteer to work through one lunchtime, to take off an hour early to see a therapist.
But I'm sure they're not allowed to "ban you from the office" and I rather doubt that this is what she meant.
Is there some written document that would confirm for her that Discovery has messed up your meds a second time ?
If, as you say, your work is critical to the office and its reputation, she may be worried that she'll be embarrassed or in a difficulty if you needed more time off ot couldn't meet deadlines.
In the background, if you have important skills, could you be looking for an alternative place to work where they don't have so many acute deadlines ?
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