I've been very busy the past few weeks. I managed to get full time at my job (I hope I can make it) and had to get a loan for a car (used little Honda) Sorry for not being around. I hope everyone is faring out okay. At work I have one supervisor who seems to disrespect me, a lot. At first he seemed pretty cool. Because he told me how he never had a dad and works with abused children. And I shed a bit of light on my history about my mom. And told him I was glad he was doing that for those children. It will help them a lot. I work overnight at a home improvement store. And there's some nights I just need my medication (diazepam) and I'd rather not drive any of the machines when I take it. Because; to put it loosely, makes me feel 'drunk'. But it calms me down so I CAN work. Anyway, he was telling me to work with this machine, and I told him I shouldn't be on it because "I had to take my meds tonight" and he shot back at me. "Did you tell them you were on -that- kind of medication when they hired you!?" which I found extremely offensive. Then during another situation he noticed me struggling to stand back up after kneeling down (I have arthritis in my knees, they're deformed too) and he snapped with a comment "Did they know about your knees when they hired you!?" which really.. hurt.. :/ because man.. I was born that way. People picked on me for having my knees the way they are. He recently has been hounding me and bugging me, playing favorites with the guys and seemingly treating me different because I'm a "girl". And, again, as someone who had some gender identification issues growing up. He's plucking my last nerve. The thing is I don't feel myself getting sad, or wanting to cry. I just feel myself getting angrier and angrier. Defensive. I really don't want to lose my cool and lose this job (he can't fire me any way) But should I report him if I get a witness to his nastiness to me? More so if it's about the medication? Thanks.