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  • Sep 29

    Quote from meanmaryjean
    *makes popcorn

    PS: a more careful reading of this post suggests you want to control your wife. I'm sure she's capable of driving herself to work and back. And taking that 'baggie of vitamins' if she wants to. How do you have all this time to run her life- do you work?
    I suspect if she was a pharmacist, and attorney or a cop you would have the same issues.
    I got the same impression. The baggie of meds not taken says a lot.

  • Sep 29

    Quote from meanmaryjean
    *makes popcorn

    PS: a more careful reading of this post suggests you want to control your wife. I'm sure she's capable of driving herself to work and back. And taking that 'baggie of vitamins' if she wants to. How do you have all this time to run her life- do you work?
    I suspect if she was a pharmacist, and attorney or a cop you would have the same issues.
    I got the same impression. The baggie of meds not taken says a lot.

  • Sep 29

    This is not a problem that is endemic only to nursing. Like the PP said, you are talking about a personal problem, not a nursing issue. You would be better served discussing this with a therapist.

  • Sep 29

    Quote from meanmaryjean
    *makes popcorn

    PS: a more careful reading of this post suggests you want to control your wife. I'm sure she's capable of driving herself to work and back. And taking that 'baggie of vitamins' if she wants to. How do you have all this time to run her life- do you work?
    I suspect if she was a pharmacist, and attorney or a cop you would have the same issues.
    I got the same impression. The baggie of meds not taken says a lot.

  • Sep 29

    Quote from meanmaryjean
    *makes popcorn

    PS: a more careful reading of this post suggests you want to control your wife. I'm sure she's capable of driving herself to work and back. And taking that 'baggie of vitamins' if she wants to. How do you have all this time to run her life- do you work?
    I suspect if she was a pharmacist, and attorney or a cop you would have the same issues.
    I got the same impression. The baggie of meds not taken says a lot.

  • Sep 29

    Quote from meanmaryjean
    *makes popcorn

    PS: a more careful reading of this post suggests you want to control your wife. I'm sure she's capable of driving herself to work and back. And taking that 'baggie of vitamins' if she wants to. How do you have all this time to run her life- do you work?
    I suspect if she was a pharmacist, and attorney or a cop you would have the same issues.
    I got the same impression. The baggie of meds not taken says a lot.

  • Sep 29

    This is not a problem that is endemic only to nursing. Like the PP said, you are talking about a personal problem, not a nursing issue. You would be better served discussing this with a therapist.

  • Sep 29

    This is not a problem that is endemic only to nursing. Like the PP said, you are talking about a personal problem, not a nursing issue. You would be better served discussing this with a therapist.

  • Sep 29

    Quote from meanmaryjean
    *makes popcorn

    PS: a more careful reading of this post suggests you want to control your wife. I'm sure she's capable of driving herself to work and back. And taking that 'baggie of vitamins' if she wants to. How do you have all this time to run her life- do you work?
    I suspect if she was a pharmacist, and attorney or a cop you would have the same issues.
    I got the same impression. The baggie of meds not taken says a lot.

  • Sep 29

    This is not a problem that is endemic only to nursing. Like the PP said, you are talking about a personal problem, not a nursing issue. You would be better served discussing this with a therapist.

  • Sep 29

    Quote from meanmaryjean
    *makes popcorn

    PS: a more careful reading of this post suggests you want to control your wife. I'm sure she's capable of driving herself to work and back. And taking that 'baggie of vitamins' if she wants to. How do you have all this time to run her life- do you work?
    I suspect if she was a pharmacist, and attorney or a cop you would have the same issues.
    I got the same impression. The baggie of meds not taken says a lot.

  • Sep 29

    This is not a problem that is endemic only to nursing. Like the PP said, you are talking about a personal problem, not a nursing issue. You would be better served discussing this with a therapist.

  • Sep 28

    Why are you calling yourself "coolnursegirl" if you are sitting for an MA exam? Just wondering.

  • Sep 28

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Your boss sounds like she doesnt understand that you nave medical needs that can require time off duiring work. Are you on FMLA? It culd help.

    The tardies sound bad. Get a reliable car, get a back-up reliable car, be on time. You should be late no more than about once a year, if that. In America, even having car troubles in places where there is poor reliable public transportation, even having young children - these are not really acceptable excuses. Probably because you are not willing and able to give an extra inch in exchange. And because yes, your boss might be miserable and jealous.

    Stop telling your good fortune at work. You just make people jealous. Should they be? No, but it can sometimes not be helped. people do get jealous because they are selfish or in pain. Keep your home life and marriage out of their hearing.

    Good luck deciding how to proceed.

    The OP said she didn't qualify for FMLA, so either she hasn't worked long enough to be eligible for it, or her medical issues are not qualifying illnesses to make her eligible for it.

    If her boss is miserable, it's because she has a highly unreliable employee who makes getting the work done more difficult. My guess is she couldn't care less about the OP's husband/home/marriage.

  • Sep 28

    Quote from Kooky Korky
    Your boss sounds like she doesnt understand that you nave medical needs that can require time off duiring work. Are you on FMLA? It culd help.

    The tardies sound bad. Get a reliable car, get a back-up reliable car, be on time. You should be late no more than about once a year, if that. In America, even having car troubles in places where there is poor reliable public transportation, even having young children - these are not really acceptable excuses. Probably because you are not willing and able to give an extra inch in exchange. And because yes, your boss might be miserable and jealous.

    Stop telling your good fortune at work. You just make people jealous. Should they be? No, but it can sometimes not be helped. people do get jealous because they are selfish or in pain. Keep your home life and marriage out of their hearing.

    Good luck deciding how to proceed.

    The OP said she didn't qualify for FMLA, so either she hasn't worked long enough to be eligible for it, or her medical issues are not qualifying illnesses to make her eligible for it.

    If her boss is miserable, it's because she has a highly unreliable employee who makes getting the work done more difficult. My guess is she couldn't care less about the OP's husband/home/marriage.


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