Well I almost quit about a week ago. My supervisor and manager, as well as my husband and my sister, talked me out of it.
I'm giving myself until the end of the contract (that's in April) to decide whether I will stay or not. I promised that I'd stay on at least until April. I don't want to make anymore promises after that. I'll take it one day at a time.
On top of my anti-depressants, right now I'm taking a tranquilizer to get rid of my "panic attacks" while on calls. I need just the right amount (half a tablet), otherwise my performance will take a plunge because of feeling too drowsy.
My colleagues and my supervisor are aware that I'm taking tranquilizers and they are discouraging me from taking them because I might become dependent. Of course I couldn't explain how much I needed it, and I didn't tell them that I'm being treated for depression. All they know is that I'm taking something for my panic attacks.
IT'S MY DAY OFF TODAY, WOHOOOOO! AND TOMORROW, TOO.
And then the day after that, I go back to work. Back to reality.