So. I messed up a couple days ago. Without going into too much detail, I will just say I have a manager who I do not agree with on how she manages. I have noticed things are much more chaotic when she is on shift and I am usually left with more work than I am physically capable of doing. After awhile I adjusted to saying I do the best I can. When more work was crammed on top, for that day, I stopped caring and in 'retaliation' did the least amount of work possible. I also complained about her to some coworkers. Today I realized that was a mistake, as I was written up for not doing a proper job and for talking behind her back. I did apologize for my actions and told her it would not happen again. I guess you would have to know me to know this is so much out of my character. I am the type who is very polite and only speaks positive of people. I hide all negativity and find the good in the person, but I guess all the extra work and working six days a week pushed me to my breaking point. I know that's no excuse, but I at least know I need to work on it. I don't want this mistake to permanently affect how we communicate. We did not discuss the issues. All that was discussed was I messed up and it would not happen again. That was on me. I am not good on the spot. I honestly feel my apology today was not sincere. So I would like to speak to her again about my concerns and to hopefully ease some of the tension between the two of us. I do not actually hate her. I just disagree with how she manages. I think another conversation could be of great benefit, but because I did apologize today and she accepted it, should I just move on and allow time to heal this?