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Inadequate
by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

Thursday, July 13, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Looking for work sucks BIG TIME.

Made to feel like an
inadequate failure because
I'm too old for the job
and have nothing to show
for my life.
Made to feel like an
inadequate failure because
of lack of transportation
getting in the way of
finding work.
Made to feel like an
inadequate failure because
I'm a good worker, dammit,
and no one gives me the chance to
prove myself.
Made to feel like an
inadequate failure because of
lack of education and the money
to get it...no experience...feel like
a dummy.
Made to feel like an
inadequate failure because
my attitude sucks and I
blame my disibility for all
that is wrong...
when it is me that has failed.

(c) 2006, Karla Dorman.

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Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 7/17/2006
Tough lady disability is not physical it is mental and moral. You have a bright mind and straight moral convictions. Nothing can hamper you from being at the top of life. It is not you that you are not utilized properly but it is the system (though i thought it was a better system) that does not give you AN opportunity to show your abilities.
best of luck
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/15/2006
BULLSHIT! yOU HAVE NOT FAILED! Failed is the system & our nation does not see handicapped people as being able to do anything...Have you been able to talk to some place that deals with people with disabilities...maybe they can point you in the right direction...till then, unfortunately there is welfare, but you gotta live, hon! Ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 7/14/2006
((((( Karla )))))

You are not inadequate!!! The society and its people has failed you!!! I hope you will find something to do very soon!!!

Sending all my love and power to charge you up girl!!!!!

I love you and Karen so much!!!!!

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o(
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 7/14/2006
Karla, it is not you who failed, it is society. There are so many out there who have knowledge and experience and are even loving and caring, but they are not what the "boss" is looking for. It is a shame. Don't give up and most of all, don't feel bad about yourself! their loss in the end, not yours. The right job will come!
Lots of Love and many, many hugs, B&R
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 7/14/2006
I'm HUGGING YOU TOO! This really touched my heart dear friend.Sorry I haven't been around to read more lately as I have been in and out of the hospital.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/14/2006
((((((((((((((((((HUGS)))))))))))))))))))) and prayers~!
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 7/14/2006
You are going through a difficult time right now, but all things change,each day brings a new ray of sunshine, hold to the faith, and believe in that which you know you can do, you are in my prayers sis.
Love Ch'erie
Reviewed by Edwin Larson 7/13/2006
Stop with this nonsense....Fire up...you're in a corner...come out fighting...Get pissed...Stay real...Stand proud and tough...Do it 'cause no-one else is going to, and you don't have a choice. God loves a fighter...all you need is 'you' to win...clear on your objective, undying in your effort to achieve your goal(s)...Do it...You can and you will...Period
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 7/13/2006
job-hunting can be depressing, karla, as you so brilliantly express herein. sounds like susan (below) has a good suggestion. you are one of those uniquely talented persons who requries a day job that frees you to follow your creative passions, poetess.

keep you chin up! you've got lots of good souls rooting for you here at AD.
peace,
carolyn
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 7/13/2006
I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.
A Failure is only one who quits trying, and that's not you!
I'm with Susan...you have a heart for kids...Go for it!!
Follow your heart, Karla...follow your bliss.
Any employer would be lucky to have you! :)
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 7/13/2006
Okay...let's think. You are talented, creative and good with kids...BINGO!!! Go to your local Board of Education and apply for a
Paraprofessional's job. They support the teachers, do crafts for children, read and grade papers. Mostly they relieve the teacher from certain duties so he/she can teach. You'd be perfect...please try this first before you say you can't.
Love and prayers,
Susan
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 7/13/2006
Dear Karla, I wish I had a shining star to place into your hand; To let you know I love you, and to make you understand...the STAR IS YOU!
There is absolutely NOTHING inadequate about you, Karla - nothing!

Lifting you UP! With Love&Hugs, Rhonda
Reviewed by Paul Williams 7/13/2006
Chin up Karla, we've all been there and I know how you must be feeling. But take heart, you have a unique gift and you should cherish that ability, you are deffo not a failure, your a winner in my eyes, and to many here on AD you are an inspiration. Blessings Poet.

Paul;-)
aka Sparky
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 7/13/2006
Remember...Winners never quit!!!
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 7/13/2006
Karla you are not inadequate, as the saying goes God doesn't make junk, hold your head high and stand tall, show them that you are worth more than they can give, I am sorry you are feeling so down, email me if you need to talk and I will send you our new phone number...
God Bless
Michelle!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/13/2006
Warm hugs.....you are NOR a failure...look at the bright side sis!!

I did not work for 15 years...and have to start looking for a job....now That is quite a mission!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/13/2006
Karla you are not and never were a failure, your ability to pull yourself up find new strength to even go look for a job is proof of that in itself. It is not easy to face the interviewers and feel like they are looking at you with indifference, I know I too have been there in past. You will though find the right person who will see you for what and who you are and when that day comes you will smile knowing that it is real and sincere. Till then though the hurt pain and uncertainty seem an unacceptable burden you will go on.

Fee
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/13/2006
I know this dear Karla ... that anyone who can write with this depth of emotional angst and touch the heart of another, is NOT! a failure.

Patience and perserverance are the thoughts for this day and hereafter.

Stand strong dear heart!

Richard
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 7/13/2006
Hold your head high, Karla...I believe in you.

Susan
Reviewed by Peter Paton 7/13/2006
Karla
Eileen's shrewd words are word perfect for me too..
Never get discouraged !
Peter
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/13/2006
First Karla, a dummy can't write like this! now take the rest and see that it isn't your failure as much as the ignorant people are, that you have to deal with. Don't let pride keep you from getting local help until you find work. If you can't get a job you are entitled to disability. check it out. Whatever you do ,please stop letting the system dictate who you are! You are a very talented person and a good one. You know this, but when you have to deal with idiots you can lose your confidence. Don't let that happen. I'm praying for you Karla, and hope things improve soon!
Love,
Eileen



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