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#31 ravenwoodglass

 
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Posted 09 September 2006 - 10:22 AM

I thought about taking a day off but then the kids really suffer so i feel bad. the weekends are hard for them so if i dont see them on monday they get upset :(



I had a feeling you might say that. :) Our children need more people like you and less like your 'freind'.

I am glad you made that call. It would have been one thing if it was an adult on adult prank but involving the child showed very poor judgement on this person's part. I hope everything goes well.
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#32 gfp

 
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Posted 09 September 2006 - 10:39 AM

I had a feeling you might say that. :) Our children need more people like you and less like your 'freind'.

I am glad you made that call. It would have been one thing if it was an adult on adult prank but involving the child showed very poor judgement on this person's part. I hope everything goes well.

Yeah, I think you made the right decision too. I just provided the alternative as a option but the involvement of the kid is really inexcusable.
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Posted 09 September 2006 - 11:09 AM

Jess, I agree, this is awful on many levels. For therapists to tell a kid to do something that would make somebody sick is inexcusable. It teaches the child that it is okay to play dangerous tricks on people, to keep secrets, to bully others (because it is a form of bullying) and other things I can't think of right now.

I agree...bigtime. I'm a former teacher and that is SOOO unacceptable to TEACH a child to do something WRONG!!! That's CRAZY!!

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what kind of dog?? :)
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#34 Lymetoo

 
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Posted 09 September 2006 - 06:06 PM

I can not believe that someone like that is allowed to work with children. Frankly this person needs to lose their job IMHO. You definately need to let your supervisor know, but I would do it on Wed. after taking 2 days of sick time. I would report directly to the supervisor what made you sick when you call in Monday. Your 'freind' should cover your work for those two days.

I think that is a TREMENDOUS idea!
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Negative biopsy for celiac 1980
Fibromyalgia 1980
IBS 1980
Interstitial Cystitis 1992
Systemic yeast
Diagnosed w/ Chronic Lyme Disease 2000
Diagnosed w/ Chronic babesia 2000
Tachycardia 2001
Asthma 2005
Have had Lyme and babesia for
about 48 yrs.

Began gluten-free July 19 '06
Native TEXAN living in Missouri

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Posted 10 September 2006 - 05:25 AM

don't forget to document the date, time and names of individuals involved. You need to put it on paper like a time-line. Include their actions to your desk and describe how it affected you. How your space was violated, your health was attacked and how they used a child in their "prank."

They will either lose their jobs or be disciplined (if you are in a union). You should be protected under your state's "whistleblower" law and additionally this is harrassment on the part of the adults.

Additionally, these adults do not belong in this field as they obviously lack compassion and understanding, so if they are terminated it would be for the best for your organization.
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 06:40 AM

I'm still planning on deal with this situation but im having a breakdown because we got out new puupy yestserday and now she is in the hospital possibly dying. she was vommiting when we picked her up, was told it was car sickness and she got worse through the day and now she is in critical condition. i really cant deal with this.....
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 06:55 AM

{{{hugsJessCarmel}}}
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 07:12 AM

OH my!! That is TERRIBLE!! I'm SOOOO sorry!!!
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 07:28 AM

Oh Jess--That's terrible about your puppy :(

I'm sorry that you are having to deal with everything all at once. Try and breathe, and not think about tomorrow--just concentrate on getting through today.

Sending a hug to you :)
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 07:53 AM

Ah Jess, this is just so sad.
I'm praying for you and your puppy.
Maybe he has Parvo?? sure hope not.
God Bless you sweetie, you sure got 'dumped on this week'
We love ya!!!! :( Please hang in there.
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 08:50 AM

Ah Jess, this is just so sad.
I'm praying for you and your puppy.
Maybe he has Parvo?? sure hope not.
God Bless you sweetie, you sure got 'dumped on this week'
We love ya!!!! :( Please hang in there.
Judy in Philly


sadly, she may have parvo. i just cant believe this. we got her yesterday and we are just in love with her. she didnt look well but when i called the vet she said she was just scared and it was from the car ride. they told me to give her pedialyte and rice whihc i did. then she just looked dead when she was sleeping and was unresponsive so we took her to the er. we just came back from viisting hours and she looks a bit better. she was walking aroudn teh cage but still very depressed and lethargic. i am praying so hard she lives and we can take her back. we did not expect to pay 2000 dollars for this, so that is a problem as well. thank you for your prayers.....
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 08:53 AM

sadly, she may have parvo. i just cant believe this. we got her yesterday and we are just in love with her. she didnt look well but when i called the vet she said she was just scared and it was from the car ride. they told me to give her pedialyte and rice whihc i did. then she just looked dead when she was sleeping and was unresponsive so we took her to the er. we just came back from viisting hours and she looks a bit better. she was walking aroudn teh cage but still very depressed and lethargic. i am praying so hard she lives and we can take her back. we did not expect to pay 2000 dollars for this, so that is a problem as well. thank you for your prayers.....

Where did you get the dog? Seems like they should be responsible for the vet bills!
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#43 Judyin Philly

 
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 10:38 AM

DITO CALA B.....HOPE NOT A PET SHOP :angry:
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Posted 10 September 2006 - 11:34 AM

My mother-in-law got a Yorkie puppy from a breeder once. Within 2 weeks, it went blind, would not eat, and died. She called the breeder who tried to make excuses, etc. but finally had her come and get another puppy for free. The breeder knew, legally, she was responsible. :(

I should add that the new puppy was healthy and happy and is still with her.
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Posted 11 September 2006 - 06:11 AM

Huge hugs, Jess :(
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