Ask Fabio

Dear Fabio,

I just started a job a week ago at the Wrentham Outlets and I already hate it. I know it’s not a right fit for me and don’t know what to do. Can you help me?

Dear Student,

Working at the Wrentham Outlets can be a tough job. It’s not that close to North Attleboro, so finding a ride to work if you don’t have a car can be a nuisance. Even if you have a car, the money that you spend on gas might make the job seem like it’s not worth it, but I’d recommend giving your job a chance for a few more weeks. Jobs can be deceiving the first few shifts and you may end up liking your job after getting used to it. If you find that your job still isn’t working out for you, let your managers know that it isn’t a right fit for you. It’s the respectful thing to give a two weeks notice prior to you quitting. Let them know why you didn’t like the job and what was wrong so they will be more understanding. Lastly, you should reflect back on your job. Figure out what you didn’t like about your job and use that to figure out your next job!

 

Dear Fabio,

This week I just got diagnosed with Celiac’s Disease and I’ve been upset. I don’t know that many foods that are gluten free and what a good diet would be.

Dear Student,

Having a gluten allergy is something that can change your diet, but not your life. You’ll still have your friends, family, and lifestyle with you. The only difference is you have to be a little bit more careful with what you eat. Gluten free isn’t the end of the world, it’s just the start of a new diet. Fruits and vegetables are always a healthy choice no matter what, and there’s also gluten free versions of foods such as pasta and pizza. If you are looking for a list of gluten free food head over to celiac.org. The best thing you can do is to have a positive outlook and to continue life the way you normally would with an adjusted diet!

 

Dear Fabio,

My grandfather has gotten very sick. He has always been a role model for me and I’m not ready to let him go. What can I do?

Dear Student,

There’s nothing harder in life than dealing with the death of a loved one. It’s hard to overcome and can take months for it settle in. Give your grandfather the time and love he desires and deserves. Let him know how much you love him, hug and kiss him every chance you can. Try to only worry about the things you can control, and to make sure that you see your grandfather knows how appreciated he is by you and your whole family.

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