cdthorste 1,885 Views
Joined: Sep 29, '12;
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I'm sorry for your situation, we're all just human. Maybe there is some kind of continuing education clss you could take that would look beneficial on your resume? It seems our society places a high value on rehabbing yourself (even if it's just for simple human error). I would look for options that would make me "look good on paper". I'm sure there is something you can do, and I hope you find what works for you. *hugs*
I would approach her and thank her for giving you feedback. Then ask her how she would have handled it because you are learning.
That is absurd. Leave Texas.
If you want to know her opinion better, ask her, not us.
If the threats during staff meetings are correct, then breathing wrong will make you loose it :P
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