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    Autism and Aspergers Syndrome in a professional kitchen.

    My toolbag account boss just made me so angry that sometimes I hold my knife in an "inappropriate position" they said. The other day I just did it once too many. I know why I was fired, but how do you let that feeling go without losing what you love to do?
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    Autism and Aspergers Syndrome in a professional kitchen.

    The stresses are even harder for me because my boss is an asshole and everytime he says I screw up I just get so angry and I struggle with letting it go. So much so that today I was fired. Macstrat how did you deal with the anger?
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    Yeah. I do.

    Yeah. I do.
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    Autism and Aspergers Syndrome in a professional kitchen.

    I just recently signed onto this forum. I am a second year cook IV with Asperger's syndrome. I work in culinary banquets at a resort. It's frustrating when certain things Ina kitchen come harder for you, but it's even worse you have co-workers that don't know or care to know what it is. I just...
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    Managing Anger in the Kitchen

    What really triggers me is my compeptuous boss. He's not the exec chef but he is the biggest POS I've ever met. I can't trust him with his help because I know that he'll just sheet on my work. It's even more insulting when he says he "understands" during performance reviews because I know he...
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