The OP posted on my other forum, so this is a double post of my response;
Heres a quick fix, with the idea that you study, meditate and find a local buddhist teacher if possible, suffering is all in your head, its neuro chemicals, try to look on the bright side of your situation, dont dwell on the bad, dont dwell on your pain, dont dwell on negativity. when you find yourself wanting to dwell on pain and suffering, switch the topic in your brain, think of something pleasant, dwell on the good things in your life, dwell on the stuff thats right in your life, eliminating suffering is a long process, but reducing suffering can start today'
Suffering exists, you suffer
Your suffering has causes
Find out what the causes are and get rid of them and
Your suffering goes away
Thats my bastardization of the Buddhas 4 noble truths, I'll try to be more help later
remember its not situations at work that cause your suffering, its your attitude to situations at work that cause your
suffering, your suffering is not things outside you, its your brains attitude to things outside you. Change your attitude and your suffering can go away. the more you change your attitude, with the help of buddhist practice, the less suffering you have.
18 years ago I made one of the most important decisions of my life and entered a local Cambodian Buddhist Temple as a temple boy and, for only 3 weeks, an actual Therevada Buddhist monk. I am not a scholar, great meditator, or authority on Buddhism, but Buddhism is something I love from the Bottom of my heart. It has taught me sobriety, morality, peace, and very importantly that my suffering is optional, and doesn't have to run my life. I hope to give back what little I can to the Buddhist community that has so generously given me so much, sincerely former monk John