Pros: the facility manager/company, would terat us to pizza, etc. i didn't bother, to go get a slice. why? who would want to break bread with the enemy! this was by far, the worse job. i ever had. i took my new job, that i am now on very seriuosly. i have disengaged from my past, and moved away, and loving my new job:-)
Cons: there are no benefits......................................worse job i ever had! . . . .horrible!
A typical morning @ work was like, being the new kid on the block. Unprepared for the negative comment/ reactions/ remarks, (constant confict)! I learned, tht we are responsible for wht we do, no matter or age, or how we feel, about people. And maturity has more to do w/ wht types of experiences, we've had and wht we've learned from them. As for the – more... 2 Managers @ the Facility. They could give two cent, as to wht takes place there. The (Facility Man.) was suppose to assist me w/ a transfer, but, he created "many" negative situations/issues. ( I've learned tht credentials on a persons wall, don't make them a decent human being.) My transfer NEVER happen! The (Asst. Man.), embarrassed/humiliated/ twisted conversations, me/him had privately, in front of Clients/Staff, by cursing/yelling. While there, I met a few nice Nurses there, but there were 2, (one w/ a gap in her front tooth/ the other, a heavy set loud (bully) hatian). OMG, those two women, made my life, a living "hell", to be there age. The hardest part of my Job was, going to work. I became more depressed/angry! Depression/stress, became my full-time Job. I was humiliated/paralyed by grief. It all, turned into frustration, and tht's when I started to cry! The more I tried to stop crying, the faster the tears fell and the more furiuos, I became. Grief had replaced my smile. I new then, it was time for me to resign, and move on. I can say, the most enjoyable part of my job, as a Counselor was. My obligation to my Clients. And there determination, to do and get better! – less