My husband blind-sided me with a divorce (he feels that he needs to find himself which is a whole different story) I was at work one night he didn't want me to come home after, and I really didn't want to see him either. I didn't have a lot of money so I stole from my employer so that I didn't have to sleep in my car and could stay in a hotel. I know that stealing is wrong. I had every intention on putting every last cent back before they found out. Well, they found out before I could do that. I have been experiencing the worst anxiety on top of the realtionship drama. The/my general manager said at first "whoever took the money, put it back and we'll move forward and forget it happened." I secretly put the money back right away. Now a week later, he has changed his tone and said, "good whoever did this has a conscience, but I don't think they should work here any longer. that person needs to come forward before I start digging to find you out." I understand he has the right to change his mind on the situation. Again I know what I did was wrong, I feel terrible about it but I was in panic mode when I took it. I want to make things right but want to know if I have any chance in salvaging my job?
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