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Redditors Step In As Manager Ridiculed His Staff’s When He Mourned The Death Of Family Dog

Many scientific studies have shown that people’s love for their dogs is exactly the same as that they feel for their children. So, when these furry family members, for some reason, can no longer be with them, this feeling is like losing their beloved child. I think only people who have ever owned a dog can understand this feeling.

However, there are also many people who laugh and think that crying over the death of a dog is a crazy thing. The story in this post is an example. A Reddit user named half-blind-bear shared a story of his co-worker on r/antiwork. OP’s co-worker lost his family dog. He was off for a week and couldn’t stay focused on work. His manager was unbelievable and mocked him with rude works. This post doesn’t get a lot of upvotes on Reddit, but it’s a topic worth pondering over as it relates to how we show empathy and compassion for the loss of others.

Let’s see how Redditors react to this situation down below.

Source: r/antiwork

Source: r/antiwork

The love people have for their dogs is exactly the same as the love people feel for their children

Source: r/antiwork

Source: r/antiwork

Source: r/antiwork

Only people who have ever owned a dog could understand the feeling of losing

Source: r/antiwork

Another Redditor share the story of losing a cat

Source: r/antiwork

It’s not just a lack of empathy, it’s also related to a lack of social skills for a manager

Source: r/antiwork