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In case I can't get on in the morning
Posted by Paula on 3/6/2018, 9:38 pm
I thought I hit a home run with the interview but my friend on the panel said that the Doc was concerned that I don't bring enough group and substance abuse experience to the position. He is right but I thought I covered myself pretty well on it. Some of the dumb things he made out of what I said were pretty shocking. For instance, he asked me how I would go about learning things I needed to learn about substance abuse and tx. I said stuff about learning from the team, sitting in on his assessments and reading professional literature. Barb said what he made out of that was that I would just be 'going by a book' Anyone who knows me for 5 minutes would know that I don't go by any book even when maybe I should at times.
Barb gives me a 70/30 shot of being offered the position. Krista, remember when I changed jobs every 6 months or so and ALWAYS got the job???
Have lost my mojo somewhere along the way....
I just want this all over with. I either move on or I have to find a way to reinvest in what I'm already doing.....
My neighbor charged me THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS to clean up my yard.
Rough day along with all the bug clean up I have ahead of me. Drove home crying and out of my mouth came, "I just can't do this anymore." Of course I will find a way to keep doing it but am very weary.
Thanks for caring. Love you all.