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Posted: Apr 21st, 2017 - 10:06 am In Reply to: I can empathize with you - lynlou

I started working at home when my preemie son was born. First, working for the clinic I had been with for years picking up tapes and dropping off work, etc. Then, I found a local company that did acute care and that is what I wanted to learn and worked for them for years until multiple buyout began and I ended up where I am now.

My son had a lot of needs. He had a weak immune system and could not go to daycare. When he started school, he regularly missed 30+ days of school a year due to asthma and getting every virus out there. For that reason, he completed the last 2 years of high school at home. I needed to be home.

Now, my elderly dad needs a lot of help living alone and I spend a lot of time visiting my mom in her memory care home.

Plus, I have a needy rescue dog that needs a human to be with him for most of the day.

I'm an introverted person, not antisocial, but let's just say I'm not a fan of people.

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