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TulipWriter

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  1. I'm very curious also. I'm 36 but I remember being young and terrified of pregnancy.
  2. Well, what's the verdict? Are you pregnant? Also, I'm being sarcastic, because I know you're not. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Seriously though, have you gotten on birth control? Hope you did that already.
  3. I don't know if my Primary care Doctor is a psychiatrist or neurologist. I do know that I had many people write notes and recommendations to Disability explaining how much I needed it. I still got denied. I'm happy to say that I'm used to the commute now, and the weather has stabled. I admit I do wish I could be part time, but it looks like that's not a possibility.
  4. You just explained why I wasn't granted it, lol.
  5. lol, I tried for 6 years to get Disability. Nothing.
  6. I have my artwork on Redbubble, which is a site for artists to post their work. People can order artwork on a variety of items.
  7. I have submitted to companies/publishers. No luck yet.
  8. As I'm sure most of you already know, I tampered with the idea of having my doctor write a note to transfer me back to my old job location. You all implied that it (probably) wouldn't have worked. I thought it over, and now I'm curious: since becoming a full-time cashier, I have finally been granted health and dental benefits. Could my doctor write a note requesting that they put me back as a part-time cashier, but tell them to keep my benefits? Or would that not work? Thanks for reading/replying. ๐Ÿ™‚
  9. Being a cashier is honestly the only job I've been able to keep since graduating college. (I'm also an artist, cartoonist, and author. But obviously those take awhile to guarantee a steady paycheck with benefits.)
  10. Ok, great. Thanks everyone! Also I've been doing better with this situation; I'll admit I panicked when I had considered asking my doctor to write a note. But I'd say it was understandable, lol.
  11. The past seven years I have been a part-time cashier at a supermarket in my town. Last October, I got transferred (and promoted to full-time) to the supermarket that is 45 minutes away from me. Suffice to say, the commute is not working well. During a ride home where the weather was a blizzard, I lost control of my bodily functions and urinated all over myself. I also feared for my life driving home because the roads were so horrible. I decided to make an appointment with my doctor to have her write a note explaining that the commute is not working for the new job, and to request if i
  12. Oh. Iโ€™m autistic so I donโ€™t understand social cues. ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ
  13. My next question: how far along were you all when you had the procedure? Did you have the vacuum or the pill?
  14. General curiosity. I have never been pregnant, never will be.
  15. ...and regrets it or not? Iโ€™ve been told most women regret their abortions, and vice versa. Iโ€™m curious which is true. (However I have a feeling itโ€™s a tie.) Thanks. ๐Ÿ™‚
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