Life has been so hard lately. My husband was dx with cancer this year & is undergoing chemo. Tell you what nothing rips you apart more then seeing someone you love suffer. I know this real well because I watched my mother suffer with cancer & then watched my father slowly lose his mind before he too died. Now my asthma has gone completely out of control & I am having migraines.I am now the breadwinner of my house & have called in 3 sick days which I dont get paid for. On top of that 1 of the mothers where I work thought I was being a bad person because I let a baby cry. I had done everything to comfort the baby & was way behind on my charting.Funny thing is I spend most of the am comforting the baby but she didnt see that. Then she complained I burped the baby too hard. I felt like the worst person in the world. I work where I do because I love babies & have helped many but she reported me.I guess I feel so much pressure because my family depends on my salary& I dont want to be thought of as a bad person
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