Ok I am far from someone who doesn't want to work. But I am 33 weeks pregnant and had to move to Ohio recently. We lost everything and have no job. Since I am almost due I do not want to work. What if they make me do a job I know I cannot do? I get dizzy if I stand too long. And after the baby is born I want to stay home to BF for at least 3 months. I have a feeling their not going to allow me to do that while satisfying the terms of the cash assistance. I understand its a program to help us get back on our feet. And helping DH get a job is wonderful and just what we need. But I need to be a mother right now. I so do not want to leave my newborn with a stranger in a different state than I'm use to. I know NO ONE here. And I will not leave my child in huge daycares where they don't get personal attention.
I guess my question is, if you've been on this how did they treat you regarding job/pregnancy? I know if I'm on my feet too long I'll start getting dizzy and having contractions again. I am not technically on rest because I never brought it to my docs attention. But I'm afraid I'll pass out if they have me on my feet all day.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:27 PM on Mar. 22, 2011 in Money & Work
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