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this is what I was diagnose with Nonishemic Cardiomyopathy...Its pretty serious guys..i will recover, the doctor is very confident about that..no more heavy cycles, just clean or HRT doses...So absent an employment contract, an employer is free to fire you if they disagree with it and a prospective employer is free not to hire you if they disagree with it. The fact of the matter is that the consequences of doing something to wind up on the registry can carry over to those around the offender.You're on the Internet, so some people are going to share their opinions. I guess I expected something less than the decisive nature of other sites and was shocked at first. People are entitled to their opinions wherever I go, and those opinions can come out sounding unrealistic and without-all-the-facts over the internet. I looked over some other threads first about a woman marrying a sex offender and kept visiting him in prison while she was a college kid.His crime is listed as "Attempted Indecent Liberties W/child: : I am a Social Worker with the I/DD (intellectually/developmentally disabled)population . I work with a vulnerable population who wouldn't normally have a voice and have the chance to stand up and assist them to advocate for themselves. If this relationship were to advance could his status affect my career?If we were to get married could I still work with a vulnerable population?
My heart is pretty damaged..pray that it will recover in the next few months ..my life can go back normal (or close as normal as possiable) this is what I was diagnose with Nonishemic Cardiomyopathy...I can train, just cant go to failure or anything to crazy... I am not in the same situation as you are, but I am similarly dealing with alot myself.My heart is pretty damaged..pray that it will recover in the next few months ..my life can go back normal (or close as normal as possiable)damn bro, stay positive, the mind is a powerful thing. I have had all those tests as of last year, and everything came back normal fortunately for me...You work with a vulnerable population, even if one of vulnerable adults, and it's reasonable to expect that your employer won't want your boyfriend anywhere around your place of work. But of course, if your employer never learns your boyfriend/spouse is a registered sex offender (RSO) then nothing will come of it.
You don’t have a legal obligation to tell your employer he is a RSO and presumably your employer doesn’t routinely run internet searches on the spouses of employees. The employer might do some digging if the guy starts showing up at your workplace, so it's probably a good idea to simply keep him out of the eye of your employer as much as possible.It's better, though, when they at least take the time to address the legal aspects. I don't recall seeing any judgement there, just legal breakdown of what she asked.