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Dating my husbands nephew

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And my husband's brother, the father of these 2 idiots, is even worse.

After texting me all day asking about my symptoms, what the doctor said, and how I felt, she finally called me this afternoon and asked if I could be pregnant. I know the obvious answer here is to vocalize how much it bothers me when she makes these comments, but I want to do so sensitively and express the larger issue which is that she’s coming across as nosy, paranoid and unsupportive, so much so that I’m not sure I want to be working here when my husband and I are ready to start a family. I’d say it this way: “Jane, I need to say something about this —when you talk about the possibility of me being pregnant or what would happen if I got pregnant in the future, it makes me really uncomfortable. ” If she responds by again talking about how frequently people have gotten pregnant while working for her in the past, then say this: “I’m not other people, and I’m just not comfortable with those comments.Today I received an email to say that I had not been successful in an interview a few days ago.I had prepped really hard with plenty of research and was excited about the role and the company.And I understand and somewhat support his eagerness to be there for them because that what family is suppose to do. My husband was also asked to help the child molestor find a job.He was asked to help his nephew find a lawyer to divorce his secret wife.I can say that I really hate everyone in his family!

I've been married to my husband for almost 13 yrs now and it's getting worse and worse each year. And the worse, worse, worse thing is- as up as these people are, they are all extremely arrogant and think they're God's gift to humanity. We have a family business and they only hire young, pretty girls with zero skills to work in the customer department.

If you come away from an interview thinking it has gone well, is it because interviewers have decided you’re not right and so given you false hope or an easy ride?

Or is it a case of the interviewee misreading the signs to their detriment?

Since day one, my boss has made comments about me getting pregnant and leaving my job — it sounds like this has happened to her a number of times in the past.

So much so that she jokes she is a “fertility goddess” because everyone who works for her gets pregnant (which I guess means she’s hiring a lot of younger women?

It was of course an instinctive, knee-jerk response to a horrible situation. People aren’t likely to bring it up to your face, but if someone does, you could say something like, “I’m very embarrassed by what I did.