YOU MUST FLIP THE SCRIPT! [IBYC] How many people have you observed focusing on the negative things, while the tiny positive things that could "flip the script" in life?
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How many people have you observed focusing on the negative things, while the tiny positive things that could "flip the script" in life?
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I lost my job may31st, I applied for unemployment right away but had to reapply when I lost the ability to pay for everything.... I got internet now and I have kept on with what I was supposed to and ive heard nothing... idk what to do, nowhere wants to hire a felon ( I haven't been in any trouble since I was 27 ,I'm 34 now). I have 2 kids and thank God for foodstamps because we're in serious trouble. I just want an opportunity to support my family again. #Knoxville #Unemployment #family
I have an alcoholic husband who had a stroke. I need to get out of the house. I am a Certified Peer Support Specialist and worked as an RN for 22 years in geriatrics. Something using a combination of the two professions would be perfect
Hello all, my name is Joey. I operated a pelican street sweeper for the city of Valdosta for the last two years. This job was the best! I made $15 an hour at 2 to 4 miles per hour. I worked by myself unless I was training a new employee. I loved this job! Then on march 09 2017 I was rearended on my 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 while I was sitting at a red light by a young girl who was texting.Totaled my bike and almost totaled me! This occured two weeks to the day after I paid my bike off. At the time I was a single dad of two 10 & 7. Since then I've lost every aspect of my life. Job, truck, kids , myself! What to do now! I just can't seem to get it together!
I think I am the person this conversation is about. I retired in 2015 to assist with my family with my youngest brother in Home Hospice. I have been a nurse since the mid seventies. My youngest brother was a dental surgeon in San Diego in a solo practice. He never married or had children. We moved him to the East Coast once he was diagnosed. I resigned my position ( VP for Nursing at the time of retirement) of 22 years with a company I enjoyed working for and with the patients and staff. However, my CEO and the Board of Directors understood the need for me to resign. I am blessed that God provided me the means to retire and ensure my brother was taken care of appropriately. With the help of one of my sisters, there was never a smell of urine or when people came over they always commented on "...you cannot tell there is a sick person in the house and the person in in the bed 24-7..". Your concerns and thoughts are interesting. Mae K.
My brother is no longer with us.We buried him in August. I want to return to work. To help people and for my personal being. To communicate with people. To learn something new. To keep my mind sharp as long as possible. Alzheimer is a debilitating disease. It is an offer illness. My brother graduated 5th in his class from USC Dental School. His mind is what caused him to retire in his fifties. I retired in Jan 2015 to ensure my brother would be taken care of properly. I am at peace now. I am ready to return to work.
I'm 25 years old and have held management positions, customer service positions, and post office positions. I have been working since I was 16. I'm sure that is not long to some of you, but I was a very ambitious person. I have held 2 jobs at one time. Now, I am married. No I am not blaming it all on being married to a man in the military but it seems like I am having the hardest time finding a job at his new station. I am usually pretty optimistic. I have a 6 year old son and a 3 month old son. Every time I have an interview and they see I'm associated with the military, they already have the mindset that I will be leaving them soon. They also see that I have had to change jobs because of my status. I have a Bachelors Degree in Human Services. I have worked in social services in my previous state. Now I have applied here in Kansas and I'm not sure what I did wrong. I gave them my winning personality, my experience, my skill set, and more. I am trying to work at a 8-5 job so that I can be there for the kids. Daycare on base shuts down at 6. My 3 month old is on a waiting list which is why I wouldn't even be able to start right away. Day care off base runs anywhere from 200-350 a week out here and this makes me feel worse about working. If I am making the bare minimum, then we would only be able to pay daycare with my additional income. I never had such limited availability which is making me less attractive in the eyes of the employer. What can I do to make myself more appealing? I even have been looking for work at home opportunities and I have found a few but being on a Kansas base means very very very slow speed internet. Most companies want a high speed internet. So that stops that plan right in its tracks. I'm just at a loss. I'm not the average military wife that can sit around and wait for her husband to get paid. We are partners. I truly hate that I can't help at all. He doesn't make but so much. Does anyone have any suggestions on something I can do? Suggestions on how to speed up internet when your limited on bases? Suggestions on how to make me more appealing to employers? Suggestions on work at home opportunities? Suggestions on daycare if you know how it works for infants on base?