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  • 5:28 pm

    Quote from GaryRay
    Full disclosure, I've never been pregnant...
    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I've been pregnant twice.
    Quote from NurseCard
    I too have been pregnant twice.
    Quote from Beatlefan
    Mother of 3 here-
    Quote from T-Bird78
    I had hyperemesis gravidarum with both my pregnancies
    Quote from cleback
    I am currently pregnant.
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  • 4:57 pm

    Yes. Seabond.

    Gero psych.

    Because patients often don't bring necessary stuff to the hospital.

  • 2:46 pm

    Quote from Briannanala
    I keep on thinking about it.
    Quote from Rebekulous
    It sounds like you're burnt out....

    Do you have access to a therapist?
    Yeah, rumination and racing thoughts are are two of the symptoms of depression, Briannanala. Not being able to let go of past experiences is due to no closure or coming to terms with your feelings.

    Our feelings toward any situation is only a problem when it profoundly affects our ability to deal with important aspecst of our lives, such as our health, relationships or work.

    Rebekulous' advice of therapy is a good one. You could hook up with a good therapist who could help guide you in dealing with your feelings.

    You have begun your recovery by posting here on AN.com, Briananala. Reaching out and gathering date is an intricate step in any problem solving process.

    Recovering from depression or burnout is like a program we need to work every day. One way to get started is to write down, using pen and paper, your thoughts and feelings. Don't be concerned about penmanship or sentence structure or grammar- just get out what's in your head. "Morning Pages" as Julia Cameron calls this process in her book The Artist's Way is a great catharsis and can be utilized to gain a different perspective.

    Good luck to you on your journey, Briannnalana!

  • 11:32 am

    Quote from Briannanala
    I keep on thinking about it.
    Quote from Rebekulous
    It sounds like you're burnt out....

    Do you have access to a therapist?
    Yeah, rumination and racing thoughts are are two of the symptoms of depression, Briannanala. Not being able to let go of past experiences is due to no closure or coming to terms with your feelings.

    Our feelings toward any situation is only a problem when it profoundly affects our ability to deal with important aspecst of our lives, such as our health, relationships or work.

    Rebekulous' advice of therapy is a good one. You could hook up with a good therapist who could help guide you in dealing with your feelings.

    You have begun your recovery by posting here on AN.com, Briananala. Reaching out and gathering date is an intricate step in any problem solving process.

    Recovering from depression or burnout is like a program we need to work every day. One way to get started is to write down, using pen and paper, your thoughts and feelings. Don't be concerned about penmanship or sentence structure or grammar- just get out what's in your head. "Morning Pages" as Julia Cameron calls this process in her book The Artist's Way is a great catharsis and can be utilized to gain a different perspective.

    Good luck to you on your journey, Briannnalana!

  • 12:59 am

    Quote from GaryRay
    she is pregnant
    This is a fact.

    Another fact: I am not the father of the child because I had a vasectomy back in 1986!

    Anybody wanna (sorry TriciaJ) hear the story of my vasectomy?


    Anybody?



    Hello?



    Is this thing on?

  • Sep 24

    Quote from GaryRay
    Full disclosure, I've never been pregnant...
    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I've been pregnant twice.
    Quote from NurseCard
    I too have been pregnant twice.
    Quote from Beatlefan
    Mother of 3 here-
    Quote from T-Bird78
    I had hyperemesis gravidarum with both my pregnancies
    Quote from cleback
    I am currently pregnant.
    Attachment 27487

  • Sep 24

    Quote from GaryRay
    Full disclosure, I've never been pregnant...
    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I've been pregnant twice.
    Quote from NurseCard
    I too have been pregnant twice.
    Quote from Beatlefan
    Mother of 3 here-
    Quote from T-Bird78
    I had hyperemesis gravidarum with both my pregnancies
    Quote from cleback
    I am currently pregnant.
    Attachment 27487

  • Sep 23

    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I would only advise that you quit next time instead of waiting to get fired.
    A point of contention here, Sour Lemon: When applying for unemployment benefits, it is the employer who has to show just cause for termination. If the employee quits, it is they who have to prove the job situation warranted such an action.

    It sounds like cycOsys followed protocol, jumped through the correct hoops, and acted as a good employee in covering vacation for others.

    Best of luck, cycOsys!

  • Sep 23

    Quote from GaryRay
    Full disclosure, I've never been pregnant...
    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I've been pregnant twice.
    Quote from NurseCard
    I too have been pregnant twice.
    Quote from Beatlefan
    Mother of 3 here-
    Quote from T-Bird78
    I had hyperemesis gravidarum with both my pregnancies
    Quote from cleback
    I am currently pregnant.
    Attachment 27487

  • Sep 23

    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I would only advise that you quit next time instead of waiting to get fired.
    A point of contention here, Sour Lemon: When applying for unemployment benefits, it is the employer who has to show just cause for termination. If the employee quits, it is they who have to prove the job situation warranted such an action.

    It sounds like cycOsys followed protocol, jumped through the correct hoops, and acted as a good employee in covering vacation for others.

    Best of luck, cycOsys!

  • Sep 23
  • Sep 23

    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I would only advise that you quit next time instead of waiting to get fired.
    A point of contention here, Sour Lemon: When applying for unemployment benefits, it is the employer who has to show just cause for termination. If the employee quits, it is they who have to prove the job situation warranted such an action.

    It sounds like cycOsys followed protocol, jumped through the correct hoops, and acted as a good employee in covering vacation for others.

    Best of luck, cycOsys!

  • Sep 23

    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I would only advise that you quit next time instead of waiting to get fired.
    A point of contention here, Sour Lemon: When applying for unemployment benefits, it is the employer who has to show just cause for termination. If the employee quits, it is they who have to prove the job situation warranted such an action.

    It sounds like cycOsys followed protocol, jumped through the correct hoops, and acted as a good employee in covering vacation for others.

    Best of luck, cycOsys!

  • Sep 23

    Quote from Sour Lemon
    I would only advise that you quit next time instead of waiting to get fired.
    A point of contention here, Sour Lemon: When applying for unemployment benefits, it is the employer who has to show just cause for termination. If the employee quits, it is they who have to prove the job situation warranted such an action.

    It sounds like cycOsys followed protocol, jumped through the correct hoops, and acted as a good employee in covering vacation for others.

    Best of luck, cycOsys!

  • Sep 22

    Quote from mizfradd
    Ummm...I'd be more concerned about the one running around with Dr. Johnny Fever as his user pic and I think if the truth be known, there's probably a lot of us that are very concerned about him!!.
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