I have only just learned from my VA psychiatrist that I am not the only one having this problem. I am currently employed for the State of Texas. I work for a lady who has worked here for a long time. She has what i call "trust issues". I feel that she has no idea what its like to have people work for you that have moral codes and values. I was honorably discharged a year ago for medical reasons. I served my country for 6 and a half years. I did a tour in Iraq. My job involved handling munitions. a job where if I did not have the moral value to do what was right and have the integrity to do what was right when no one was watching me, people would be dead. They would die if I did not do what I was suppose to do. I made SSgt (E5) in the USAF. I went to Airman Leadership School. I have a secret security clearance. So I guess with all this under my belt its hard for me to deal with someone who constantly thinks your trying to pull the wool over her eyes. I work for Security. I would assume that there would have to be a level of trust for this job. Its hard for me to deal with someone constantly questioning my integrity on assumptions. because it "looks" suspicious. How do i deal with this? Its causing me so much anxiety. I do not get "hey you feeling better?" after being sick for a few days. instead i am grilled and questioned as if I am a criminal.