Thanks for your help--not!

  1. It's ppretty pathetic that if you post something on here requesting advice/info, then you won't get a reply. However, if it's something negative or whining about how bad nurses have it, then folks are all over it. Thanks for nothing~!
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  3. by   oramar
    You got a lot of a lot of pertinent answers also. Most likely the same people who are reading over there are reading over here and did not choose to answer twice.
  4. by   Zee_RN
  5. by   Sonja

    In the same boat and agree about the whining.
    Perhaps we should whine when we ask for advice?
  6. by   michelle999
    I have recieved a lot of good advice from this site, ease up.
  7. by   frustratedRN
    i love this board and i always get good advice tho its at times advice i dont want to hear....truthful none the less.
    i read this board all the time and i dont know what you are talking about...maybe you could provide a link...maybe its just an oversite.
    or you could just hold your breath until you turn blue.
  8. by   catlady
    No one has a responsibility to answer any post. I don't recognize your name or have a clue what your burning question might have been. Are you this whiny in real life?
  9. by   KC CHICK
    Ultimately, only you can make your own decisions. Yes, some good advice is given on this board and I'm sorry you feel that you have to post this thread. However, if you are depending upon others to make decisions for you there might be a problem. Do you really think you'll get any wanted advice next time after posting a hissy-fit like this??

    Also, how do you really know who you are talking to???? This is the internet after all. If your problems are really that bad and you really need someone to talk to...try a human being....not your computer.
  10. by   Thunderkat
    I just found this site. I think it is very informative and helpful. I have not even read all of the posts, but i would like to. Unfortunately, I have a very demanding husband, dog,cat, and career. I can only encourage you to keep posting or privately email some one..... but then again, if you have a deep need for serious advice, then perhaps you should go to your nurse manager... (s)he might be able to give you the immediate attention you need.
    Good luck.
  11. by   OneChattyNurse
    I have been using this site for awhile now and have even posted some threads. I have never had one go unanswered. Maybe you should try again?? Pitching a fit like that won't get you very or in life in general!!

    My 2 cents!!
  12. by   prmenrs
    Well, as you can see, this post got lots of responses. Take it easy, there, fella, you're gonna hurt yourself!

    And you're coming to California? With that attitude??? You just stay up north and outta MY hair, ok?

    Thanks so much and have a nice day!!!

    p.s. I actually did make a comment on your other thread.
  13. by   MRed94
    Senior Member

    or you could just hold your breath until you turn blue.


  14. by   P_RN

    Mr/Ms Gap. I'm sorry you didn't get the answer you wanted. However, when you post on a weekday at 10:59 in the morning you MAY NOT get a response until after a lot of people are off of work. You did get your first reply before 5pm .

    This is a voluntary board, a SUPPORT board, but the participants give what they can. The respondants have no obligation to ever answer a post. Perhaps you are anxious about this new position after being away from nursing for a time.

    I spent the morning in a doctor's office finding out my husband possibly has cancer. I surely would have LOVED to stay home to reply to you instead of going there.

    As for your interview, I wish you luck. I have never had to interview for a nursing job. Just a visit to the recruiter to fill out the application, and then get sent to employee health and to orientation. I would wear nice church-type clothes if you like. That would never be wrong.