I just started with my job a month ago. I sit next to my supervisor which makes me very self conscious and triggers my anxiety even though I know I am not doing anything wrong. Also, it's a high traffic area because the trainer also sits in front of me so there are also a lot of people who comes all the time asking her questions.
I am also diagnosed with ADHD so all of those people coming and going distracts me and it's just sensory overload. At the end of the work day, I am exhausted and burnt out, which affects my family life.
I tried asking my supervisor about switching cubicles, she asked why, I said because I want to immerse myself more with the team because I didn't want her to know about my anxiety and ADHD fearing it would affect how she sees and treats me. She said no, because they are hiring more people and those people will be seating in the empty spot but none of them have started yet.
My supervisor is very nice but my seating arrangement is really affecting me.
Thank you to everyone that's answered so far. I am located in the US. I am very bad with confrontation. My anxiety gets the best of me and so I am not able to articulate myself well. What should I say? Should I send an email to her?