Hey All!I am really bothered at work, I feel coworkers ask too many personal questions. I do not trust people and I really feel there is no point for a coworker to ask questions not related to work. I get some people just want to get to know people or view coworkers as an extended family but I don't. I am very observant, I see nurses laugh and smile with each other then the next minute talk about that same nurse they were laughing and smiling with. Before anyone says that's the unfortunate side of working in a female environment, that's B.S because there are 4 males on my unit that gossip just as bad as the females aND 1 of them is known as the gossip King. And I also know this happens in all work environments, not just nursing.I don't care how small the question may be (eg. My age). I don't want to share it. I am an extremely friendly person, I may share a tiny piece of personal information but I choose to share that (eg they wanted to change tge radio station at work so i told them the music I like to listen to). I have NEVER asked a coworker if they had kids, are married etc. Because I genuinely don't care :) This is a huge issue for me because I feel if I share this piece of info with a coworker, it is not their business to go tell other coworkers no matter how small the information is. I told a coworker where I was from the other day, I went to work and 3 coworkers started to approach me about the island I'm from. I knew that the person I told shared this information since she was the only 1 I told. Now this may seem small but I tend to look at the bigger picture, the worker I told talks too damn much :) I wonder why my name was brought up to begin with...why she chose to volunteer this information. This is exactly why I don't like sharing information at work. People don't know how to keep things to themselves. I've been told I'm very mysterious and secretive at work. That's ok, they already talk about me so I will not volunteer anything more for them to talk about Just venting.