Oops *proves * my point
Oops *proves * my point
The reasoning some people think blood is blue in your body then turns it red once it leaves is that they think the “oxygen ” hits it, thus turning it red Ha Ha I remember when I was really young & was sticking up for the new girl in our school & saying, “all of our blood is blue on inside & red on outside, we’re all the same! Of course the teacher corrected me & I replied, “It still prices my point, we all have blood & regardless of the color, it’s the same for everyone !!” ha ha It was elementary or middle school. ..I was young, just wanted to reiterate that point ha ha
I know there’s a lot of factors to weigh in on (& each one of us have ideas on what needs to happen or solutions ) & each shooting brings light more issues & problems, of society. I’m just one of many who’s going to share my opinions. I’ve worked as a social worker since 98 & I’ve seen the steady decline in resources provided in budgets on every level (city, state, federal ) for mental health services. Though the last 10 year’s I’ve been a child therspist, I worked at a community mental health organization for few year’s & it broke my heart. Yea, we provided services for those who didn’t have insurance; that’s if you could get through on the phone, wait for 2-3 month’s for an appointment, go through the vigorous process of finding tge right medications & doses that will work. Of course once you’ve got your appointment & given a 15 minute assessment & get your medications, you better pray those meds work because you’ll wait another 2-3 weeks to get back into your doctor to get a medication adjustment. It’s heartbreaking to see people who get up the courage to realize something isn’t right & call to make appointment. Many give up after trying to call 10 times & leave message with no response, or being put on hold for 45 minutes, or sit in a waiting room that is a zoo & frightening. I’ve see from the homeless, to a stay at home mother, to a man with a master’s degree, to a active member in the military, etc. There are red flags pretty much every time in these cases; however, it’s easier for parents to wave it off as “adolescent behaviors ” or a phase. Easy for teacher’s to say the kid is defiant & doesn’t do work or participate in class..instead of taking time to find out the reason’s for behaviors. I’ve seen parents, teachers, members in the community write kids off as lazy, defiant, or the good old easy excuse ADHD instead of thinking, “Humm there are REASONS for this child’s behavior, more than what’s on the surface since children’s behaviors are a reaction to underlying issues & they’re not capable nor have the tools to figure it out, I need to look into this” I can go on & one with specific examples of time’s where I’ve worked with a child & (this was the case ) & just asking a few questions & figured out the root of the problem.
Unfortunately this is the consequence when you get tattoos. I have tatoos& piercings & I’ve had organizations that wanted me to take out piercings & some didn’t. I’m glad when I got the tats (at an early age ) that I thought about the right placement of them for reasons like this. There’s a woman I was in training with & our company informed her from the beginning (they actually give out dress code guidelines & other important information at the interview, thus giving the interviewees time & heads up on expectations ) that she had to cover her arms fully. I felt so bad in training b/c it was the normal 98° weather in North Carolina!
Yea I think #5 was played backw7, too obvious!
Must have now!