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Diana jones, w ballast point
Mrs Jones at ballast point elementary school is the worst she’s so discriminated I have never seen her really care about my child and I have never been able to communicate with her as a parent she never answers my emails or messages!she dose not include my child in any of her class group fun’s she’s just Tortures my child emotionally!
Nisa Jones, 5401 W 71st St Indianapolis, IN 46268 United States
She has been the largest drain of my time and health I have ever experienced in my life.
ms.mcgarrity, is187, new york, NY
I must admit that you have a point. Being "oversensitive" is not a real state of being. Some are naturally more sensitive; others are naturally less sensitive, and no one's sensitivity level inherently makes them a better or worse person. That's why, in my opinion, "oversensitive" and "undersensitive" are not true traits. Do you know what does determine someone's morality though? How they *react* to others. When someone accuses a person of being oversensitive, they sometimes are getting at a very genuine problem: a person behaving irrationally. Namely, they usually mean that the "oversensitive" person complains about minutia rather than prioritizing more important issues--or that the person is simply being unfair in their criticism. I hate to tell you, but based on your rampant reviewing of Ms. McGarrity, it seems you take out quite a bit of anger on her for unfair reasons such as her giving you bad grades or her weight. That said, I do not like that she called you oversensitive because like I explained, there is no such thing as being "too sensitive." You probably will not be able to stop being sensitive, which--unlike Mrs. McGarrity would like to believe--is totally okay! :) However, you can change how you respond to negative influences in your life...including Ms. McGarrity. You can stop incessantly going on about people's perceived flaws, and you know what? People will probably take your criticism more seriously. When you write a logical review about Ms. McGarrity's unfairness, a review that doesn't shame her for her weight or how it must be her fault you got a bad grade--you will start to have real influence over people. If Ms. McGarrity really is a bully and incapable of teaching, your school's administrators may see your terrible-but-legitimate review and think, "Wow, we don't want her around our kids anymore. Let's fire her." So please try to use more logic--or risk continuing to make yourself look like a weak, entitled kid.
Gagandeep Randhawa, 5777 W Maple Rd #180, west bloomfield, MI, 48323
The office visit was fine and Dr. Randhawa seemed to have a good bedside manner. But her office is worse than a Third World operation. Getting it to call in my mom's multiple drugs was a nightmarish experience not just once but twice. THe doctor had to find the American equivalent of the Indian drugs my mom was taking. THe first time around, they called in the drugs to the wrong pharmacy, on the wrong birth-date and got her BP medicine wrong (she ordered a medicine without the diuretic combo). It took an hour-long futile visit to her clinic, dozens of calls and countless hours to get everything straightened out. The second time, I called twice and texted twice before getting any response. Finally, when I did, I actually texted a written list of all the drugs my mom needed to avoid any confusion and then went over the list with her ***istant, hoping to avoid a repeat of the first time. No such luck. They again did not call in the diuretic and the baby aspirin. (One other med that I thought that they had not called it turned out the pharmacy could not dispense for two weeks.) ANd getting them to rectify that mistake during the holiday week ended up being an exercise in abuse and humiliation. Folks, do yourself a favor and find another doctor. This one is not worth it. She takes no responsibility for her mistakes and knows only how to point fingers at everyone else.
McDonald’s, 1110 w Centerville, Garland, TX, 75041
First the girl at the window puts my money in wrong $5 instead of $20 what What I gave her. Then I get to the window to pick up my food only to find out while I’m sitting in traffic on 635 that all my food I ordered is not in my bag I’m very frustrated at this point because I paid for food that I did not receive
Sahar osman, 5402 W Market St, Greensboro, NC
I visited the office with shortness of breath. I've never had any issues with this and was nervous. This provider was no help. I was not upset because she was treating me...I was upset because I didn't know what was happening, possibly happening, etc. and she did not take the time to give me any type of information or have proper bedside manner.Â This was also displayed today on my phone call with her.Â She did not take the time to listen to anything I had to say.Â She said I DID NOT fill the scripts and I did....and thats why I was calling to ask questions about the medication. I've worked with physicians for 21 years.Â Her behavior on the phone is not the way any provider should ever handle a patient under ANY circumstances.Â She stated she had 3 witnesses listening on the phone and that they heard me "yelling" at her. I was not yelling, I was trying to speak with her and explain what was going on, but she would NOT let me speak.Â The proof of that is the fact that she stated I refused the meds she prescribed and thats when I had to talk over her and let her know that I did fill the meds and thats why I was calling.Â Its also noted in my chart to call back in 3 days. I had a problem with her bedside manner and spoke to the front office person about it and that was the correct thing to do.Â I stated that I didn't know what was wrong and wasn't offered any type of explanation UNTIL she seen I was upset and ready to go. And yes I did state that if I could get an appt in Charlotte with my PCP I was going to because I needed more than she was giving me As the provider, it was NOT her place to confront me in the manner she did at all. At no time during the call with me did I hear that she even cared why I called.Â She had a chip on her shoulder and needed to get her point across.Â She was not concerned with my well being today. At the end of her rant on the phone she then let me know that I am more than welcome to come back in to be seen. Why would I? The patient / doctor relationship has been destroyed. Her job is to treat patients and inform them. If there are any problems the patient has, that is handled through office staff and management. Arguing AT a patient then offering to care for them must be a new age approach.
Ms. Diana whyte, Cedar grove middle school, Dekatur, GA, 30034
She picks favorites, gives way too much homework, and complains way too much. During this pandemic she’s ignored students who ask questions specifically if they asked in chat and disregards the fact that people physically cannot speak, have anxiety, or don’t have a working mic. Her work is confusing and she rarely helps people who aren’t her favorites. I just genuinely don’t like this teacher in the slightest
diana hart, romeo high school, romeo, MI
ms mcgarrity, is187
She always tells stories that don't even sound real just to make a point. Her directions are also bull*** and she doe't even have good teaching skills. She never repeats anything, s if you couldn't hear what she said, your done. I'm always scared because sometimes I can't hear what she said and we can't ask our classmates either. She's unreasonable and makes us work like we don't have our classes to worry about. She literally teaches things that aren't even tech like socializing but she doesn't even socialize herself! There should be a 0 point because 1's too generous! And I'm sure that any student that has her shares my sentiment. We're all suffering students who are reading through these reviews. God help us please we're suffering.