I work in an office with 6 other women, which I find unfortunate because women are a little more gossipy and back-staby than men; I think some testosterone would do us a lot of good, truth be told. There are 2 directors who, quite frankly, suck at their job. Some of it is due to incompetence and the rest of it is due to pure laziness. They have a really unhealthy co-dependent relationship going on and it gives me the creeps. They encourage each other to come in late, leave early, take 2 hour lunch breaks, etc. Then they complain about not having enough time in a day to get anything done...and really, they don't get ANYTHING done. They're really good at giving their work to others or simply finding a way out of doing it at all. They spend a lot of time gossiping about the other women and because of the position of my desk, I hear everything. I don't WANT to hear everything. I wish I didn't notice when they come in and when they leave. I wish I didn't know about all the things they're not getting done. I wish I didn't stew over it...but I don't know how to "turn it off" so to speak. I can't relate to them at all. I probably care a little too much about my job and it would bother the hell out of me if I knew I wasn't doing my best or I was not working the full 40 hours. I judge them for not caring, for not being competent, for acting like martyrs when they hardly work in the first place. How do I train myself to let it go? To not care? It's depressing me and I dread going to work.