Just wondering how people tend to deal with awkward situations at work, i.e people doing things that trigger really bad attacks.
I work in a primary school where all staff know I have very brittle, severe asthma and that I had spent all weekend in hospital but one year group are 'aging' their work for their topic at the mo and Iwere burning the children's work in the staff room yesterday. Cue massive asthma attack that really scared my head of year, fortunately we were planning. SOmething was said but then today we were walking back form assembly and the other teacher had burnt more work in the classroom, cue second big attack, infront of my seven year olds!
I said something again to which I was told, I only have a couple left i'll do them in my class at lunchtime and open the window. I did say that actually that wasn't got enought and that actually he would either have to do it outsode or take them home but then I am the one feeling bad!!
I also think this isn't good for anyone, especially the children in our school with asthma.
Does anyone else have problems with people thinking that their asthama doesn't really matter or is over dramatised?