If taken flexibility away, you're taking my hard work and progress I made while driving Lyft
I drive Lyft because it helps me with my anxiety and depression. If taken flexibility away, you're taking my hard work and progress I made while driving Lyft. The reason I started ride-share is because I always cope up in my room isolation. I started going into therapy and was suggested to work on my social skills what a better way than to drive with Lyft. It has really helped me with my social skills and my anxiety. I work as a full time security officer Monday-Friday and it sometimes could be overwhelming and if it's one of those days where I feel like I'm about to have anxiety I just turn on my Lyft app and start driving and forget why I was having an anxiety attack in the first place. Seriously by you taking this flexibility your hurting other drivers as well. I know a couple of drivers who I have met during my Lyft drives some of them helps them with having time with education or family. In my case I'm telling people who have the same problem as me to start driving and it will help them. I mean look at my ratings and my comments that should tell you how great of a driver I am.
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