am I wrong? - page 8

This is going to be a "longey", so I apologize in advance. I have lots to say. This is in chronological order. I should tell you up-front, that all of these occurences, other than 2, have occured "in... Read More

  1. by   RNforLongTime
    jurbyjunk,

    Congratulations on your new position! I know that you'll be the BEST UM ever! Good Luck!

    Kelly
  2. by   ?burntout
    I would not go to that party! She doesn't deserve your gracious company.....

    I am sorry about your son....If she would have said that to me..........in the words of Vegas........SOMEONE HOLD MY PURSE!!!!! (I love this line.....so great:chuckle )

    Normally, I am a sweet, demure, Southern girl too....but don't ever pi$$ me off
  3. by   canadiannurse21
    Oh sweetie, you're not wrong in this--why is this world so politically correct that we have to attend a party being thrown for someone we cant stand?? This woman can be attributed for alot of your life's anguish. Dont go hun, I sure as hell wouldn't
    Take care
  4. by   djw26
    I'm stunned. I cannot believe how horrible this woman has been to you! If you went to her "Party" I'd be sorely dissappointed. This woman hasn't given you an ounce of respect.

    I would recommend you have your own "Party" in celebration of her departure.

    You've been through so much in you life! Just from the post I can tell you are a SURVIVOR. I applaud your ability to endure adversity and to strive for your goals.

    I have a BA in anthropology with emphasis in Medical Anthropology and I'm currently in Nursing school. You do this job because you love people right? You want to accept people for who they are and provide them the best care right? Don't forget to care for yourself too!

    You are amazing and I hate the fact that you have let this woman push you around.... Be proud of yourself, and tell your coworkers in a "nice way" that you have prior obligations and unfortunely can't make it to the party. You don't need to offer anything more...

  5. by   susanmary
    Congratulations on your new position! I still sticking to my original post/opinion -- I would not go to a party in her honor. No way. You've received many posts of varying opinions whether to go or not -- have you made a decision? Truly, wish you the best of luck with your new position -- you will be such a breath of fresh air.
  6. by   mattsmom81
    No you're not wrong...you've been through enough torture. I'm glad she has no children...she shouldn't be allowed to breed, the miserable creature.
  7. by   baseline
    YES!!!!!!! Perfect!!!!!! good for you!
  8. by   Nurse Ratched
    The party is on the 8th - can't wait to hear what decision you've made .
  9. by   Freshman RN
    IT is always incredible to me how petty people can be. I am happily married and have been for 17+ years. Still crazy about the guy. This makes people insane-theylove when you are miserable and better if you fall on your face.

    You don't have to like everyone-that's the great thing about being 35 I have found.

    Don't go if you don't want to but instead of telling everyone early so they can" share their personal thoughts" or show up and leave early claiming menstral cramps or better yet, drink a bootle of epecac (sp?) and throw up on her!

    Truthfully, I would go but have another commitment waiting and apologize for your absence and be done with her. I live in a small town where rudeness is like Paul Revere screaming in the square so I do the show up, make an appearance thing and then go to my other commintment- you know watching the paint dry!
  10. by   Nurse Ratched
    OK - dish - what happened at the party?
  11. by   frannybee
    C'mon, hun - we need to know after all this! I'm just hoping you haven't posted yet coz you're sleeping off the adrenaline rush of sweet revenge (and post-revenge celebratory champagne!)

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