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Free accomodation but there's always no water, Free transportation because we always walk, and Terrible management Good luck looking for new employees!

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mi socia no dice nada ni expresa sus sentimientos. es una poker face completa y eso me tiene maaaaal, NO LA LEOO

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from now on.. I'll do my best to just shut up..

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I work in a care home and most of my time I'm doing personal care (washing dressing ect) which I love and its an amazing job. A certain amount of professionalism needs to be in place for the residents becouse it Is end of life care, but I really love them all and I think I've gotten to attached to some. But I know they will pass away soon so it is really conflicting in me between being human and connecting to them or being professional and not being as involved. But the latter often leaves them depressed and disconnected. Should I just be connected and risk my own well being or what?

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  • I understand your position friend. I've spent the last 5 years as PCA, DSP, Homecare aid. and I entered with the same mindset. I tried not to be attached to them. I kept myself as professional as I could. But I found myself really attached to my residents. I didn't do end of life care but I worked with alzheimers, dementia, stroke affected patients, I.D.D and so on. They really grew on me and it drove me to perform better care for them. I treated them as an extension of my family and how I wished my loved ones would be treated if they were in that position. I always made sure they had hot meals, their rooms were cleaned how they preferred. That little above and beyond care for them. Yes, I got really upset when they passed the mortal plane to the bright horizons. I connected with them, their families (they always came in and were glad the care they recieved) and when they did, I made it a final point to pay my final respects at their funerals. It's the little things that we do as PCAs, STNAs, RNs, LPNs, and other floor workers in these facilities or environments that really make the job worth while because at the end of the day, we work for them. We serve them. And that is particularly special for HOSPICE and end of life care. Sometimes just ask yourself, do you want the last face you see be stoic? I took this field of work because I have deep empathy for the people i serve. And because you are conflicted, you do too. And that's okay. Dont be upset they passed. Be glad they're no longer bound to the earth and are free from their pain. You're connection to them makes their final days all the better and at its core is the root of why we do what we do. You're a good person friend. And be proud of your work.

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i went with a friend to deliver some weed and just realized im deep into some crazy weed shit, my poor backpack was fuckin full to the top with buds, we going to a small countryside town to deliver it to some long haired classic stoner looking dudes. today was funny as hell, tomorrow morning the same, deliver some drugs lmao

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