I heard last night the nurse was fired

I was told only she no longer works here, but another client said their case manager told her that she was fired. I never really liked this nurse much, as she was abrupt and would get nasty with you.

I hate to hear that they let her go as jobs are hard to come by now, even though she was mean.


Not for nurses.

They always have options.

Especially now.

I wouldn’t feel too bad for her.


Nurses can get a job anywhere. There is an extreme need for them everywhere. She’ll be fine. I’m glad you don’t have to deal with her anymore


Ever since Martha retired, they haven’t been able to keep a nurse for any length of time. Martha was there for twenty years, or something like that. I guess being a psych nurse is a rough job. There are clients that are court-ordered psychiatric treatment. That may make the job worse.

That was the end of my sympathy for her. Maybe some financial stress and food bank visits will introduce her to the concepts of humility and kindness. Those who work with MI need to be compassionate.


Well I was fired once when I was a young man, and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.


The first time I got fired I almost cried. By the 7th or 8th time I was like “whatever” and went out and got other jobs. Some of them I did good in and lasted 3 or 4 years at.

In my forties, I got fired from 3 in a row and quit a couple others. I worked at Kohls three years at that time. Now I’ve been at my job 7 years. I learned that doing lousy at a previous job is not always a predicter of how I will do at a new job.

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Honestly, if she was mean, good riddance. Like there are better people for the job

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Thanks Noise. 1515

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