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Starfall1969
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I could use prayers. I have a job interview on Friday morning.

It is with the company I worked with before having kids; they work with kids who have behavior problems/autism.

I am torn about taking this job, because I'm afraid that working with these kids all day and then coming home to deal with my own is going to be too much and I'll end up taking my stress out on them.

I wouldn't even be looking, but my husband is still unable to find anything, and his unemployment runs out this week, so we need to get something.

We also need the benefits, big time, so I really can't say no to it if they offer (and I can't imagine them not hiring me).

Also, do I tell them I have a Lyme dx? I have an appointment with my LLMD this month, and I am not willing to reschedule it.

Thanks.

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TxCoord
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If they don't ask (as far as it being a requirement for the job) don't tell. You will probably have to report it for the insurance after you get the position.

We understand about the UI benefits. Has your husband asked for an extension or has he already received one? If not, check with your labor department.

Good luck with the interview!

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merrygirl
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I would not tell them i have lyme. no way no how.

just say you have an appointment you need to keep and if they hire you , you need that day off. no details!

I used to hire people so please trust me on this.

good luck with this you are in my prayers.

melissa

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Snailhead
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Prayers up for you. If you are hired, you may really be able to touch some lives. God bless you.
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Starfall1969
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Thanks everyone.

I've done this work before, so I know how important it is for these kids and their families.

I just hope I'm up to doing it.

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kam
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Thinking of you this morning. Hoping you are able to have a pleasant interview and have discernment on whether or not it is a job that is right for you at this time.
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