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A week ago, I accidentally found out the passwords to my boss’s corporate email account. Once I checked to see if the password fit, I couldn’t stop until I re-read all the mail there. What’s more, the box is constantly filled with new important emails, from which you can learn a lot of interesting and valuable information. I do not want to use it – I am afraid, and somehow it is wrong. While reading the exclusive is just interesting and I like the feeling of danger and the risk of being caught pleasantly tickles the nerves.

A week ago, I accidentally found out the passwords to my boss’s corporate email account. Once I checked to see if the password fit, I couldn’t stop until I re-read all the mail there. What’s more, the box is constantly filled with new important emails, from which you can learn a lot of interesting and valuable information. I do not want to use it – I am afraid, and somehow it is wrong. While reading the exclusive is just interesting and I like the feeling of danger and the risk of being caught pleasantly tickles the nerves.

I recently learned from correspondence between my supervisor and the head of the central branch that they need a good specialist. And since I had long wanted to move to Moscow, I carefully read the requirements and wishes of my Moscow boss and then sent him my resume. I took the initiative, so to speak. And I was accepted.

And everything would have been fine, but my best friend was supposed to take the job, and he had a family and a small child… He didn’t even know that his career could have taken a sharp turn, his money problems would be a thing of the past forever, and his wife would have been able to find a good job there in her field (she is an interior designer). And now I feel like I did wrong, and the joy of the sudden joyous change in my life is not at all as bright as I thought it would be…

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  • 02/13/2021

    That’s a nasty thing to do, Michael.

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