Up2nogood RN

Up2nogood RN

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Up2nogood RN specializes in pulm/cardiology pcu, surgical onc.

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    Mindless Eating at Work

    I'm usually too busy to eat until around 2am when I sit down to finish up my charting before I take my break. I usually have a box of cereal at work or bring something filling like cooked oatmeal then I don't feel the need to snack.
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    What book are you reading or have read lately?

    I am the biggest dork I must confess. I enjoy reading British humor and stumbled upon a teen series called 'Confessions of Georgia Nicolson'. The final book in the series is called 'Are these my bazoomas I see before me?' my family thinks I'm nuts the way I LMAO when I read these. But I do enjoy a variety of reads so thank you to the OP for thinking of this!
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    Tonight's Boston Med

    I've seen some of her serious moments but few and far between. It's too bad they film her like they do and give the male nurse the 'more' professional appearance.
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    Tonight's Boston Med

    I missed last nights episode but can catch it online. It's good to hear that they're filming something besides a dingbat female nurse flirting and talking about dating. Typical stereo-typing for America, thanks ABC.
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    What does your username mean?

    Titty tat- as a toddler my son called our favorite pet this.
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    You ONLY work 3 days a week!

    So I've been in a similar boat as so many others and it took a near split up to open his eyes and appreciate all I do for our family. Life is nowhere near perfect but as long as I know we're both trying than it makes it all worthwhile and I just don't sweat the small stuff anymore after 15 years together. To the OP....please stop being a doormat and give some ultimatums with measurable outcomes AND promise to FOLLOW THROUGH. You sound just miserable and I can't say what I would do in your circumstances but take an honest inventory of your relationship and have a serious talk with your DH and let him know really what he risks losing if things don't change for the better. Good luck and hope you're able to keep us posted.
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    Help me understand this train of thought...

    I understand what you're saying but another way to look at it is this...., That man who committed such a horriffic crime against another human being may have been the victim himself of truly horrific crimes and abuse. It could be, we, as a society in whole failed this person and he turned to a life of abusing as he knew nothing better. No, it's not an excuse but just another point to show how our system is broken. I do believe in punishment for a crime but why also did it happen? Was Andrea Yates a truly evil person? Probably not. She did I'm sure truly love her children but slipped through the cracks and a tragedy happened. It happens all the time to victims of abuse and also to victims of healthcare.