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Losing Control

Mostly, at work, I feel in control.

I know what I’m doing. I monitor my patients in order to prevent deterioration, and for the most part I’m successful. 135 more words

Nursing

Seasonal trouble

The issue of ‘influx’ of non-tribals, essentially meaning Indians coming from other states, raises its ugly head time to time in the hilly states of North-east. 448 more words

Edit/Editoral

Waiting to Exhale

I’ve been through some of the most stressful months of my entire life. Death, job hunting, moving, evil and unscrupulous landlady and her ex-convict son, even more evil and unscrupulous internet provider (more about that in a few days) all piled one on top of the other, and it makes me tired. 247 more words

Observation

“All workers deserve to be treated with dignity and respect”: Lessons learned from workplace agitation gone awry

Last fall, I was fired from my job as a servers’ assistant (SA) at an upscale restaurant located in the premier bourgeois business district of a large Southern city. 4,686 more words

Discussion

When The Moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie... That's AMORE'!!!

At some point today I heard Dad mumbling about doors opening, doors closing. I repeated to him the age old saying “when one door closes, another door opens.” Although I have to admit it sounded hollow to my ears as I said it. 698 more words

The Afternoon Gritch Monster

I have a question for any who suffer from depression/anxiety, and are using medication as part of their recovery process.

I have to hurry before my babysitter checks on what I’m up to. 600 more words

The Agitator

Like the washing machine, thoughts swish around in my mind and don’t come to an end. All we are like laundry; dirty, soiled and stained by sin, thrown into a pile…but we can be lifted into the washer soaked in God’s love. 163 more words