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coffee addict: not all dreams are meaningless
Well how do you know the info you got fron an anon. blogger (me)is correct?
If you noticed, earlier I had stated that it was my assumption that he can get one injection. So you were just confirming what I assumed was correct. And what you stated made sense, so I’m pretty sure it’s correct.
72 – I guess your kids had perfect behavior even when they were two. If you said to them -“Take this medicine” -they responded –
“Sir, yes Sir!”.
Health: I know the info you gave me is correct and the info I got from the doc is incorrect. I don’t think I should change docs because of that.
btguy: Lol. Exactly what happens.
Interesting how you all ignore his second example and totally ignored the point he was trying to make. He has an excellent point.
Remember you can’t change the past -so don’t do something in the here and now that you might come to regret the rest of your life.
Very good advice. And that includes not changing doctors simply because an anonymous poster who knows nothing about my kids doctor has decided she is incompetent.
What’s the purpose of the bas kol if nobody can hear it?
Health: You need to lighten up a bit!
Go to a doctors office and see how many times a kids hands have to be back, because he/she doesn’t allow the doctor to do what s/he has to.
Ditto the dentists office. Happens all the time. It’s not abuse. And has no lasting negative effects.
And I didn’t say anything that should make you believe he is used to this. I only used it now to get him to take to med. And he wasn’t traumatized because there was nothing traumatizing in what I did. I simply had someone hold his hands down so I can put the medicine into his mouth without him pushing away my hands.
And I’m very happy with the doctor I use, and see no reason to change.
It is wrong to hold down an older kid. It’s very traumatic.
He doesn’t seem traumatized at all. He used to get a different medicine for strep that tasted much worse and I think he was scared that this one tastes bad too. Now that I forced him to take it he realizes the taste is not so bad.
Is this what your Doc told you or did you make this up?
Had you asked your Doc -he/she would have told you for Strep Throat you can give one shot of Penicillin G, not 10.
I certainly wouldn’t make this up. I assumed that he should be able to get one injection and so I asked for it, but the doctors office told me he would need one every day. Thanks for the info though. It’s good to know.
Thanks all for responding. I suggested to my son to close his nose, he said he didn’t want to do that. He told me forcing him by holding his hands tight like this morning was how he wanted to take the medicine lol.
He is old enough to understand the importance of taking the medicine, only he can’t stand the taste.
Health: there are no chewables for the dosage he needs at least that’s what I was told. He even agreed to get a shot instead, but I’m not up to taking him to the doc daily for 10 days. (I’m sure though after the first injection he would have changed his mind.)
In any case, bh it was easier tonight. It had to be done with some force but less than the force I used this morning.
Health: don’t worry. There are likely many posts addressed to you that are deleted.
you: No, you are wrong. They only hate Zionists, not Jews, and I for one am not a zionist!
me: Pure nonsense. Prove it. You can’t.
you: Prove what? That Hashem will never let any Goy touch us again? Sorry, can’t do that -I’m not a Navi!
Why do you answer questions with answers that have nothing to do with the question? Obviously I wanted you to prove that turks hate zionists and not jews.
Aries & yentingyenta, thanks. I will try that.
burnt steak, thanks for responding. I already tried all that. None of it worked. I also told him how much damage strep can do to the body. Didn’t work. The only thing that worked is someone holding his hands down, and forcing him to take it.January 18, 2012 1:38 pm at 1:38 pm in reply to: "Where Are the Men"-Article in last week's Mishpacha #844460
WIY: It is inappropriate for a man to pay attention to how his daughter is dressed to check if she is dressed in a way that is acceptable. In fact, I would say it is disgusting.
If he notices something obvious, he should speak to his wife who should then speak to his daughter. If his daughter consistently doesn’t dress appropriate, he can speak to her about the importance of tznius. He can also compliment her on dressing tznius.
147: are you one of those wonderful fathers whose wife is currently an agunah?January 18, 2012 3:51 am at 3:51 am in reply to: "Where Are the Men"-Article in last week's Mishpacha #844458
I see nothing wrong with cap sleeves. I see nothing wrong with sweaters that have hoods. For some odd reason, schools & camps have forbidden them. Unfortunately, forbidding things that should not be forbidden make some girls have a disrespect for tznius guidelines and ridicule even things that really are untzniusdig.
MODS -another double standard. You deleted my response, but you let through his insult.
I really don’t mean to insult you. but what you are suggesting is beyond the pale of logic.
No, you are wrong. They only hate Zionists, not Jews, and I for one am not a zionist!
Pure nonsense. Prove it. You can’t.
Even if they were lovers of Jews (which they are certainly not) one can NEVER trust other nations.
Remember this story:
Happened too many times! I can tell you of individuals who married goyim and were turned in by their loving spouses in germany. I can tell you tons of stories of beloved Jewish advisers who were thrown into prison for love turning to hate.
This will obviously have to be arranged with guarantees from Nations of the world!
Oh sure. Perhaps the United Nations will handle it. They love Israel and the Jews.
Who says? Maybe the Turks will take it, if offered?
They never hated Jews and until recently they even liked the State of Israel.
Hahaha. Until recently!
And maybe the next step is hatred? Didn’t think of that, did u?
Or maybe after it’s given to Turkey they will give it to the “Palestinians” who will be able to make Israel Judenrein, in whatever manner they choose.
What brilliance!January 17, 2012 5:58 pm at 5:58 pm in reply to: "Where Are the Men"-Article in last week's Mishpacha #844455
Oomis: What is wrong with cap sleeves?January 17, 2012 5:26 pm at 5:26 pm in reply to: "Where Are the Men"-Article in last week's Mishpacha #844453
I don’t think it’s a father’s place to tell his daughter something she is wearing isn’t tznius. In fact, I think it’s not tznius for the father to do so. If he notices he daughter wearing something unacceptable, he should tell his wife and she should tell their daughter.
try to allow yourself to think of camp something like only 15 minutes a day. After the 15 minutes, when the thoughts come again, tell it to go away it can come back tomorrow at the allotted time.
I agree 100% with popa.
Most shadchanim make shidduchim to help people out and it is only menchlichkeit for someone to follow up and let the shadchan know what is going on.
It is very questionable if they are doing just to help people out, and letting know what is going on means just how it’s concluding, not what motivated the decision how to conclude. And saying that they have a right to demand to know because “they deserve know”, it’s called blackmail.
Contact Rabbi Mechanic
nitpicker: you are correct. I said the story wrong.
WIY: Obviously I’m not referring to LH. I’m referring to much more serious aveiros.
I have seen many people in food industry personally OTD but take the Kashrus very seriously
I think this is terrible.
I recall a story of a frum man who lived maybe in Texas. Because he didn’t have a place to buy kosher food he ate only almonds bought from a local farmer. He did this for years until one day the farmer died. And his son took over. But the almonds from his son tasted differently so he asked him why it tastes different. The son answered that his farther used to fry the almonds in pig fat, but he’s do lazy to do that.
Obviously I don’t know for sure this story is true. But I wonder how we are different. We delude ourselves into thinking that a hechscher means it’s kosher. A person who shows a lack of yiras shamayim in one area should be disqualified. How can we possibly trust such a person? I’m not just asking this question. I recently heard of activities of a mashgiach which shows clearly lacks yiras shamayim. And the one who gives the hechsher knows this. Is it possible for a person to be trusted in kashrus even if the aveiros he does isn’t related to kashrus?
Thanks all for responding. I wasn’t actually asking about what different establishments do. Rather what the halacha requires regarding who is trustworthy enough to be a mashgiach. So what I hear is as long as a person knows the laws, he is trusted. Even if nobody knows that he’s really a morally corrupt person.
One cannot answer the question without first experiencing no appreciation. If lack of appreciate comes with along with covert emotional abuse then like koillel101 said, the lower income is better. And the reason why he knows it is because he experienced it.
Trust me, all the ones who said appreciation doesn’t pay the bills, experience it and then get back to us.
Always: what yitayningwut is telling you is that google will tell anyone what anything means. All you have to do is mention it so we know it’s a code that exists.
sounds like “jewish guy9”. No doubt lives in Australia.
I just davened mincha and for most of the brachos, the chazzan didn’t leave even a tiny pause between finishing one bracha and starting then next one.
I heard that one needs to say Amen before the chazzan starts the next bracha and if he says it afterward, it is an Amen Yesoma.
First I want to clarify if this is indeed correct. if it is, would this also affect the chazzan’s brachas being L’vatala?
This is a huge problem indeed.
The halacha is that the Shatz may not proceed with the next bracha until at least the majority of the Tzibur (and in certain cases, where the bracha is an obligation such as shofar, Kidush etc. the entire Tzibur) has answered Amen.
Many Poskim rule that Chazaras Hashatz today has a status like a Bracha that needs to be heard, and thus the entire Tzibur must be done answering Amen.
Answering Amen after the Shatz is already a few words into the next Bracha is an Amen Yesoma and should not be answered, as its better to not answer Amen than to Chas V’Shalom answer an Amen Yesoma that has punishments attached to it.
The Rav/gabbai of each shul should indeed make sure that people davening for the Amud are aware that they must slow down and not start the next Bracha until all (or at least most) of the Tzibur responded Amen to the last Bracha.(See Shulchan Aruch Siman 124:8 and 9 and Mishna Berura S”K 31-38. See also Biur Halacha Dibur
Hamaschil Miyad Shekala.)
This applies to Kaddish as well.
Regarding Bracha L’Vatalah, if the first Bracha of Chazaras Hashatz didn’t have 9 people answer Amen to it properly, indeed it is a Bracha L’Vatalah. The rest of the Brachos, may also be Brachos L’Vatalos, or at least close to it. (See Shulchan
Aruch Siman 124:4 and Shu”t Minchas Shlomo end of Siman 10)
Sam2: what you’re saying is your not yotzei l’chatchila?
If the chazaras hashatz doesn’t allow time to say amein in the right time while repeating shemoneh esrei, why then is it considered a bracha levatala? According to what you’re saying b’dieved it should be ok. But it’s not. What is the difference?
(For certain the first one if not answered ok is a bracha l’vatala, the others maybe)