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Court: Parents of child who killed himself can sue educators 

 

The parents of an 8-year-old student who killed himself after being persistently bullied can move forward with a lawsuit against the Cincinnati school district that alleges wrongful death and other charges, a federal appeals panel ruled Tuesday.

The lawsuit's allegations also charge school officials with intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress and failure to report child abuse. The lawsuit says Taye was bullied at his elementary school starting in first grade, with the bullying escalating in his third grade year.

Other students punched and kicked him in assaults and on Jan. 24, 2017, knocked him unconscious by throwing him against a bathroom wall, the parents say in the lawsuit.

He stayed home sick the next day, returned to school Jan. 26 and was bullied again in the bathroom by students who took his water bottle and tried to flush it down the toilet, his parents say. He killed himself that evening in his bedroom.

Court: Parents of child who killed himself can sue educators

Teen endures homophobic slurs & flying food cans while walking home because they “don’t belong”

Tags: Awareness, Carrie's Revenge, Children, Complaint, Death, Education, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Gay, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Hostility, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Judgment, Leaders, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Murder, Neglect, Neighbor, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Politics, Safety, Suicide, Youth

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29-Dec-2020


Allegations Of Abuse Within The Convent Walls 

 

Religious orders are supposed to provide spiritual guidance to those who join. But some of the women who entered Sisters Minor of Mary Immaculate (SMMI) say they faced physical and emotional abuse.

Patricia Budd, one of the former nuns of SMMI, first entered in 1995 in hopes of connecting with her Catholicism. It was at her first retreat where she met the order’s U.S. delegate, Sister Theresa Kovacs.

“It was a lot of hugs. There was a lot of encouragement,” Budd told HuffPost. “They would listen to you, and you felt really important, and you felt like you’re valued.” But soon after she joined, Budd and the other nuns realized things were not as they seemed.

“I witnessed other girls just being yelled at on a constant basis by Theresa Kovacs,” said Rose, who joined SMMI in 1995. (Three interviewees asked to only be identified by their first names.) According to Rose, a sister named Georgiana often got the brunt of Kovacs’ anger.

“It would be a torrent of the nastiest stuff you could ever say to a human being, she would say to me,” said Georgiana. “It was meant to keep people in line.”

The nuns faced strict rules. They weren’t allowed to speak to each other. They weren’t allowed to go for walks outside the convent doors.

“Basically your food is pretty much less and less,” she said. “And so, that’s pretty much like what a cult is — and break you down. That’s the whole thing. Always to break you down.”

Allegations Of Abuse Within The Convent Walls

Tags: Culture, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Horror, Hostility, Interference, Investment, Loneliness, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Portrait, Safety, Self Interest, Survival, Women

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29-Dec-2020


Nurse placed on leave for bragging on TikTok she doesn’t wear a mask 

 

An Oregon nurse is placed on administrative leave after she posted a TikTok video shunning basic COVID-19 measures.

The since-deleted post from user @Loveiskind05 showed the nurse wearing scrubs and a stethoscope, with the caption, “When my coworkers find out I still travel, don’t wear a mask when I’m out and let my kids have play dates.” A “duet” of the original TikTok remains online.

Users apparently identified the nurse and then alerted her employer, Salem Health.

Nurse placed on leave for bragging on TikTok she doesn’t wear a mask

Tags: Employment, Etiquette, Health, Hostility, Masks, Medical, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Nurse, Reckless, Safety, Self Interest, Social Distancing, Women In Charge

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29-Nov-2020


Dear Therapist: I Had a Great Relationship With My In-Laws. Then Everything Changed. 

 

My husband and I have been together for seven years and married for three. We have a 1-year-old daughter together.

It took me a long time to get into a relationship; I wanted to find someone I could get along with, but also in-laws I could get along with, because I grew up watching my parents fight about their parents all the time. When my husband and I first met, his family was very kind to me. In fact, his family and I often joke that I married him because his family was so awesome.

After I gave birth to our daughter, everything changed. I am suddenly being judged for not being a good mom, for not having a job, for not losing my pregnancy weight fast enough. My husband does not want to be stuck in the middle, and even though he’ll speak to his parents about this, nothing gets resolved, because he doesn’t push them for any kind of resolution. He basically tells them something they did wasn’t nice, they acknowledge it and sometimes apologize, and then they make more unnecessary comments.

My in-laws purchased a home for us after the birth of our baby. I realize now that this purchase came with a lot of strings attached. They want to see their granddaughter whenever it is convenient for them—not for us or when it’s best for our daughter. They don’t practice social distancing. When I bring this up to my husband, he tells me that we need to be accommodating to his parents because they purchased the home for us and we’d be considered ungrateful. I tell him that I’d be happy to move and rent if I would have more control over my life and my daughter’s. He says his parents would view this as a “slap in the face.”

As much as I love my husband, I feel like the relationship I have with my in-laws is making this marriage difficult, because at the end of the day, he’ll choose his parents’ feelings over mine.

I don’t want my daughter growing up to see us fighting about her grandparents, as I did with my parents. Many times I’ve found myself holding my tongue to keep the peace. I want to set clear boundaries with my in-laws but also have a great relationship with them.

Do you have any insight for me?

Anonymous
Toronto

Dear Therapist: I Had a Great Relationship With My In-Laws. Then Everything Changed.

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Environment, Family, Hostility, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Relationships, Respect, Threat

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09-Nov-2020


Trailer Park Landlord Allegedly Threatened Tenants With Rent Hike If Biden Wins 

 

A Colorado landlord allegedly sent the tenants of his trailer park a letter warning of big rent increases if Joe Biden is elected president.

“Please understand IF Joe Biden is elected as our next President, everything you do and have to pay for will change completely,” the landlord of the Fort Morgan trailer park allegedly wrote, according to a letter obtained by Denver NBC station KUSA. “Everything will be increased. Like paying ALOT more in taxes, utilities, gasoline, groceries, new permits, fees and regulations…everything! This also means YOUR RENT will be increased to cover these expenses. Most likely, rent would DOUBLE in price!”

Trailer Park Landlord Allegedly Threatened Tenants With Rent Hike If Biden Wins

Landlords Challenge U.S. Eviction Ban and Continue to Oust Renters

Tags: $, Bullying, Community, Discrimination, Environment, Etiquette, Home, Homeless, Hostility, Interference, Politics, Poverty, Protection, Punishment, Racial Tension, Rent, Respect, Surge

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23-Oct-2020


‘Something Extremely Bad Is Happening Here’ 

 

Teens are dying by suicide at an alarming rate. Public health officials call it a crisis. Researchers have identified several clusters nationwide. The survivors in this Arizona community are fighting back

‘Something Extremely Bad Is Happening Here’

Tags: Death, Environment, Family, Hostility, Life Sucks, Lifestyle, Loneliness, Mental Health, Neglect, Parental Burden, Relationships, Social Media, Suicide, Surge, Threat

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20-Oct-2020


Judge Rules Disney Free to Fire Employee Who Took Paternity Leave Because His Wife, Not Him, Was Pregnant 

 

A U.S. District Judge has ruled that a former Disney Streaming Service employee “isn’t a member of a protected class” in a lawsuit claiming the employee was fired after the company possibly found out his wife was pregnant by hacking into his personal emails and phone. Obviously, this is not normal workplace behavior, but apparently does not fall under the umbrella of pregnancy discrimination law.

“‘By way of example, Plaintiff was expecting a child but had not disclosed that information to anyone at the Company’ states the complaint, which was filed in New York federal court. ‘Yet, Mr. McConnell [Soeren’s supervisor], in an unrelated conversation, blurted out to Plaintiff, ‘maybe you shouldn’t have a kid.’ Likewise, Mr. Paglia [a co-worker] sent Plaintiff an unsolicited video of children developing in utero. The same sentiments were harbored by Jennifer Kaufmann, Associate Director of UX & Design, who asked if Plaintiff had a good reason for having a child. Mr. McConnell also stated, within hearing distance of Plaintiff, ‘I don’t know why he [Plaintiff] decided to have a kid. At 30 my wife and I thought about it but decided that we’d wait until 40.’”

Judge Rules Disney Free to Fire Employee Who Took Paternity Leave Because His Wife, Not Him, Was Pregnant

Tags: Employment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Hostility, Policy, Pregnancy, Retribution, Society, Treatment

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20-Oct-2020


School teacher says he lost kindergarten job over tattoos: Report 

 

A tattoo-covered kindergarten teacher in France, who has spent nearly 500 hours under the needle, was prohibited from teaching children under the age of six after a parent complained that he gave their child nightmares.

Sylvain Helaine, now 35, began covering his entire body in tattoos after going through an “existential crisis” at 27 years old while working for a private school in London, according to Reuters. Not only has he covered his entire face and tongue in ink, but he even surgically altered the whites of his eyes to appear black.

However, last year, while teaching kindergarten at the Docteur Morere Elementary School in Palaiseau, a suburb of Paris, parents of a three-year-old student complained to officials, the outlet reported. Although their son wasn't taught by Helaine, they claimed their son had nightmares after seeing him.

School teacher says he lost kindergarten job over tattoos: Report

Meeting a monster is not a threat when beauty's deception is near. 28-Sep-2020

Tags: Art, Children, Education, Employment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Parental Laziness, Priorities, Representation, Responsibility, Sharing, Tats, Teacher, Termination

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28-Sep-2020


A girl with autism eats only one food. Here’s what happened when stores sold it. 

 

Ashlyn was upset that she could no longer attend her special school due to the pandemic, her mother said, and she found solace in SpaghettiOs with meatballs. She insisted on eating them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

“Structure is what centers her – it gives her a sense of control when everything else feels chaotic and overwhelming,” MacDonald said. “Ashlyn is most comfortable when she feels like she is experiencing Groundhog Day every day. Spaghetti is a sensory experience for her.

MacDonald and her husband, Jeffrey MacDonald, had no trouble finding enough boxes of SpaghettiO to keep Ashlyn happy at mealtime. Then in mid-April, Crystal MacDonald stopped by her regular market one afternoon and found that the shelves had been cleared of SpaghettiO.

“People were going crazy, loading up whatever canned food they could find, including spaghetti,” she says. “I had to go to all the grocery stores in the area to find enough for Ashlyn. It became like a treasure hunt to find just a few cans.

A girl with autism eats only one food. Here’s what happened when stores sold it.

Tags: Addiction, Anxiety, Children, Environment, Food, Health, Hostility, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Product, Safety, Training

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23-Sep-2020


Am I a “Karen”? 

 

Dear Prudence,

I come from a state where people are generally kind and not very confrontational. I’ve also lived in cities where people are far more gruff and are very boisterous when they think someone is trying to take advantage of them. Because of this, I’ve developed a much thicker skin than most people back home. I’ve been confronting people not wearing their masks correctly in stores (masks are mandatory in my city). It stresses me out so much and has me wondering if I’m being a “Karen.” I ask to speak to managers and write strongly worded letters somewhat frequently. It got to the point recently where I realized I act like the world owes me. I’ve never yelled at a manager over store policy, but I’ve always tried to “get stuff” when things haven’t gone my way. I don’t want to be like this, but I can’t shake the very negative feelings I’ve developed when I feel like I’ve been taken advantage of. I saw so many other people letting people know when they made the smallest mistake. Sometimes people seemed genuinely sorry for what they did or were a bit oblivious. Sometimes they got really hostile. Should I always be trying to make sure that people correct their mistakes, or should I let small things go? Is it a Karen move to always ask people to correct their mistakes?

—Always Disgusted in Tunbridge Wells

Am I a “Karen”?

Tags: Advice, Enforcement, Environment, Fear, Hostility, Judgment, Psychology, Reaction, Society, Symptoms, Women In Charge

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19-Sep-2020


A Dallas school assignment asked students to write about a modern-day hero. The Kenosha shooter was among the choices 

 

The two-part assignment was given to seniors in an English class at W.T. White High School, the Dallas Independent School District (ISD) confirmed to CNN.

The first part of the assignment asked students to write a half-page biography for six people, among them 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse.

The others on the list were Mahatma Gandhi, Cesar Chavez, Malcolm X, George Floyd and Joseph Rosenbaum, one of the victims of the Kenosha shooting. The names of Gandhi and Malcolm X were misspelled, according to a photo of the assignment obtained by CNN affiliate KTVT.

In the second part of the assignment, students were then asked to write a one-page essay on which of those six people they believed best demonstrated the concept of a hero.

A Dallas school assignment asked students to write about a modern-day hero. The Kenosha shooter was among the choices

Tags: Education, Etiquette, Hate, Hostility, Interference, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Psychology, Punishment, Racial Tension, Racism, Safety, Teacher, Test, Youth

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17-Sep-2020


Unhappy First Class Passenger Hands Flight Attendant Rude Note 

 

Some passengers are out of control. Just over a week ago an American Airlines passenger handed a flight attendant a vicious note, calling her a “gloried maid,” “4 eyed c*nt,” and saying that if it wasn’t for this job, she’d be “cleaning motel rooms for $2 tips and meth.” Fortunately American Airlines acted swiftly to ban this passenger.

Well, now another flight attendant is reporting that she received a note from a passenger…

Unhappy First Class Passenger Hands Flight Attendant Rude Note

Tags: Complaint, Employment, Exclusivity, Hostility, Privilege, Respect, Safety, Travel, Treatment

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15-Sep-2020


Dear Abby: My husband calls me this vile name. Now my kid is doing it, too. 

 

DEAR ABBY: Although he has never hit me, my husband has been emotionally and verbally abusive ever since our wedding five years ago. One of his favorite names for me when he’s angry is “Fuckin’ Bitch.” I know this is my fault because I have tolerated it.

Today, my 2½-year-old daughter (who is usually a good girl) threw a tantrum and called me the same name twice. I try to discipline her, but she doesn’t understand that she’s saying something bad if Daddy can call me that. How can she?

He blames me for her talking that way, saying he hasn’t called me that in a month. (He called me that last week. I don’t use that language.)

I have suggested marriage counseling in the past, but he refused. I can’t leave him because I am seven months pregnant with our second child. How do I get both of them to respect me?

DISRESPECTED IN THE EAST

Dear Abby: My husband calls me this vile name. Now my kid is doing it, too.

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Hostility, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Self-esteem, Threat, Training, Woman's Rights

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02-Sep-2020


This story of ‘covidiots’ on a recent flight might convince you to avoid flying 

 

A variety of new studies show that flying might be relatively safe during the novel coronavirus pandemic, but this hinges on one key element: Everyone aboard the airplane has to observe safety regulations. That includes social distancing where possible and wearing masks at all times during the flight.

But the best research of airplane COVID-19 transmission came from a Korean study that should make you rethink flying in the near future. The study showed that an asymptomatic transmission was possible aboard a flight where everyone was pre-screened for symptoms and were given N95 respirators. Even so, a passenger got the virus from one of the asymptomatics on board, likely after sharing the same bathroom. If that’s possible inside a controlled flight, then one can only imagine what happens aboard a plane populated by “covidiots” and “an inept crew who couldn’t care less.”

That’s how a passenger from a returning Tui flight from Greece described the experience to BBC News. The flight from Zante, Greece, to Cardiff, Wales had nearly 200 people on board, and everyone has been instructed to self-isolate for two weeks after 16 people tested positive for COVID-19.

This story of ‘covidiots’ on a recent flight might convince you to avoid flying

Tags: Choices, Contamination, Coronavirus, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Hostility, Masks, Safety, Travel

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02-Sep-2020


Moving companies in such high demand as New Yorkers flee the city 

 

Rich Manhattanites are fleeing the city so fast because of the pandemic and deteriorating quality of life in the Big Apple that moving companies can barely keep up with them.

“It’s nuts!’’ Perry Chance of Show Up movers told The Post on Sunday. “We have four of our own trucks — but we have so many books that we had to start using U-Haul trucks!”

“The volume has increased by at least 70 percent” in the past few months, he said.

“[Clients] are mostly moving out of luxury buildings. [People] say the rich are leaving New York. Well, they are!”

“When you have an office on Park Ave, and you don’t see anyone but the less fortunate, the homeless, no more day-to-day workers, the high rent makes no sense,” explained a small-business owner at the U-Haul truck rental center on West 23rd Street in Chelsea, as he prepared for a move to Long Island.

Moving companies in such high demand as New Yorkers flee the city

Americans are fleeing urban centers like New York, New Jersey and Illinois in huge numbers and moving to remote pastures in Vermont, Idaho and Oregon during a surge of mobility sparked by the pandemic

Tags: $, Coronavirus, Destruction, Environment, Fear, Hostility, Moving, Safety, Threat, Treatment, Vandalism, Violence

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01-Sep-2020




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