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Much has changed in our lives since it was written, but I remain proud of my family, and we do remain both dependent on and grateful for government services provided through the Connecticut Department of Social Services. Please read other Proud Welfare Mom posts. If you comment here only to vent rage or hate, I will delete your comment. The comments I receive on this page make me question humanities, some days.
I am not trained to explain any of this to anyone, or to help anyone apply. My experience is limited to the Connecticut Department of Social Services only. The acronym is for Women Infants and Children. You can qualify for WIC if your income is below a certain amount. Other WIC requirements include: Or, if you are cynical, it is cheaper to provide basic nutritional assistance for the most vulnerable population than to provide health care after they show up in our emergency rooms.
It is not just for the basics, but for groceries in general. Nothing organic is allowed. Keep in mind that we are over-educated, native English speakers, and we have a really hard time navigating this process. When my therapist asked me why WIC made me feel angry, infantalized and humiliated, I showed her the booklet explaining which foods we are and are not allowed to get. She made several mistakes trying to understand the first two pages.
Why is WIC so complicated? Because it involves negotiations between the states and food manufacturers. The state asks companies to submit bids and accepts whatever it can get for the least amount of money.
Big companies can usually afford to provide the deepest discounts. WIC makes a list of those foods and prints it on our vouchers. The stores must then write down the dollar amount, send in the vouchers and wait to receive compensation. For that reason, if we wanted formula from WIC, we could only get Enfamil.
Babies who are breastfed can get the jars of meat, but babies who are formula fed can only get the fruit and veggie jars. Because they only allow iron-enriched formula. Breastfed babies need the iron in the jars of meat, presumably. Just for the record, our local WIC office encourages breastfeeding with warmth and enthusiasm, and I love them for it.
Every three months, we go to the office and sit down with the booklet and a nutritional counsellor and choose from our options. We are apparently unusual for choosing the tofu option. WIC is stuck in the distant past in its nutritional suggestions processed cereals, juice from concentrate, skim milk for protein, etc. Organic is more expensive.
Frosted Flakes generic, processed corn, sugary are allowed, while steel-cut oatmeal high in protein, hardly processed is not. We can only get the most heavily processed hot cereals, too. SNAP allows us complete freedom in what we buy; it simply limits the amount of money we are allowed to spend.
We fill out mountains of paperwork, and the Department of Social Services determines how much money we should receive. Now that we have received the money we ought to have been allotted in the first place, I can feed my child organic products.
Because we prefer to eat unprocessed foods in general and because, in the store itself as opposed to in the board room, where WIC is negotiated , vegetables are cheaper than anything else, we eat well on that amount.
WIC has just started giving out checks for the market, but they are few and far between. I am proud of myself for navigating all the paperwork and time on the phone required to get my family the help we need. I am still struggling with feelings of shame in actually using that help. My emotional response is complicated. Money is hard for everyone to deal with, even people who have lots, in my experience.
Previous Post Back To Basics. Even still, I experience shame when using those WIC checks. And that reaction makes me more vehement in defense of these programs, because no one should have to feel that way about getting the help they need. What is shameful, is that a distaste for these programs is so ingrained in our society, that even those of who know better still feel the shame when doing what we need to do for our families. Thanks, as always, Leah!
We are former SNAP users and still current WIC users our economic situation has improved but we are still lower-middle class and can totally relate to all that. Sometimes, if a comment has a link in it, I have to approve it. I missed the email telling me about your other comment! I agree with all of the above! Our family just started using wic, as we are transitioning from out of the military and back home from overseas.
I have a background in public health and am a huge advocate for these programs, but definitely relate to the mixed feelings of shame and pride for using these benefits! These are such great programs, from breastfeeding counseling, nutrition, meal planning, and overall health- I wish every family had this support.
A great way to get kicked off public assistance. It was an interesting google search, though! The most that would happen is that they tear it up which has been done to me. It would be incredibly rare for anyone to press charges. Geez… I can relate, lol. But I try to be less embarrassed about it because most everyone has needed help and more people than you think need walfair and it helps me feel less like a burden on society like everyone in the world makes you feel.
My boyfriend and I just had twin girls. He is on SSI and Disability which goes to paying our rent. I receive WIC and cash assistance as well as Foodstamps. His Foodstamps combined with mine once the babies were born because even though we are not married we live together with our twin girls. My boyfriend and I do not work and have not worked in the past year. I would like to know if I could claim our newborn twins somehow or is there no possible way?
And anyone taking assistance should be working overtime to get off the dole, and contribute to society instead of taking from it. As human being who would consider whipping another human being, literally or metaphorically, ought to be ashamed of yourself. There are many ways to contribute to society. You should consider this idea: Would you rather live among cruel people or kind people? Its not kind that i have to pay 4 thousand dollars in taxes monthly because society does not want to work 2 jobs..
I work hard and the takers just take and take.. Honestly that is your choice. If the minimum wage went up perhaps there would be less of a need for these programs. As a mom I work over 40 hours a week and receive wic. If I were to work 2 jobs daycare would be twice as expensive, and cost more than what I would get paid.
I would actually owe daycare more than I get paid and would get zero time to spend with my son. Last I checked Obama democrats were raising and pushing for higher taxes.
Maybe if you are single… but certainly not if you are supporting a family. Its middle class, which is far from wealthy. Was it handouts left and right, free cell phones, free this, free that or was it working your ass off and hoping like hell it all works out?
I was the last child of older parents, my mom is 93, my dad passed away almost 10 years ago, but to them this idea of a guy just knocking up random women and women just OOPS! China is going to run us over like roadkill! Why so bitter, if you pay that much in taxes it is because you make more than enough, do you have no shame in scolding these unfortunate people who are just trying to survive and do right by there children.
Bitterness comes from entitlement which is Pride! Maybe you should give away everything you own and then maybe your bitterness will subside. Hi so I cashier at a supermarket and there are lots of people that are on these programs.
WIC is more difficult to ring up but I feel that it is a better program, because it gives people what they need. Food stamps I usually have a problem with when I see people complain about everything when they buy chips and pop then pay with the money the government takes out of my check every week. The more important point, however, is that what someone buys with his or her EBT card at any given moment is not indicative of an overall diet. Our kids have birthdays, too, and we watch football.
WIC seems to provide what people need, but in fact fails to provide much in the way of vegetables. Bread and milk are no longer considered the staples of a truly healthy diet, and the ingredients in the brands of, for example, bread and cereal, are known to be factors in the current obesity epidemic.
WIC sends families home with gallon after gallon of milk, and much of it goes to waste. The juice WIC provides is extremely high in sugar, and low in nutritional value. I can use my food stamps to buy healthier food, and using the EBT card has never caused an embarrassing hold up in the checkout line. I would like to gently suggest that you check your assumptions about your customers, and please remember that you are seeing a very small snippet of a life.
You most likely get it all back in your tax refund, plus extra from the earned income tax credit, and any other tax credits, such as dependent credits. So you are a taker.
Now you need to decide: Are you going to let your anger control you, or do you want to control your anger? Do you remember what happened last week when you let your anger get out of control?
Do you want that to happen again? Would you like me to pray with you to ask God to help you deal with your anger in a healthy way? Obviously, the way you talk to your children depends on how old they are and where they are in the process of their individual emotional development.
But however you choose to express it, your children can be helped to understand that as soon as they are aware of their anger, they can and need to make a decision to either control their anger and deal with it constructively or let their anger get out of control and lead to more problems. Children get angry for many of the same reasons adults get angry. Anger is a normal response to all kinds of daily events that can produce fear, hurt, and frustration. Remember that anger is a secondary emotion.
Ask yourself these questions: Where is the anger coming from? What is his or her anger about? Your son or daughter may be frightened, sad, insecure or confused and it comes out as anger. When you begin this process, your child may be clueless about what triggered the anger response. But as you talk about fears, hurts, insults, rejection and disappointments, the door of awareness and recognition will often open. Take time to explore what happened on that day or on the previous several days.
Let your child ramble. As you take the time to understand, you will help your daughter or son understand themselves. At the same time, you will communicate your love, support, and encouragement. Anger can be dealt with in many ways.
Some are constructive; some are destructive. Some of the destructive ways to deal with anger are to stuff, deny, suppress or repress it. One of the most destructive ways of dealing with anger is to ventilate it or dump it on someone else. Ventilating anger tends to increase rather than decrease it.
What would you like to do? As much as possible, allow children to develop their own solutions to their problems. You may have to prime the pump a bit more with younger children, but as they get older they will develop their own wide range of responses to choose from. Think about it and let me know. This is a step that many parents leave out. For years I was one of those parents. After a couple of days have passed, ask your child what he or she learned about dealing with anger from what happened.
What would he or she like to have done differently? What did he or she learn? What would he or she like to do next time? It should involve what the child learned and now what you as a parent think the child should have learned. Remember that learning how to understand and deal with emotions is a lifelong process. I know I am still working at understanding and dealing with my own emotions, and so are you.
It takes time, trial, and error, but the product is worth the process. Encourage each little step your child takes and congratulate your child whenever possible. Praise him or her for even making an effort in a healthy direction. During these times, remember that Romans 8: God can cause all things to work together for good- your disappointments, your discouragements, even your mistakes.
In fact, the act of being open and honest about your own emotions can provide a powerful learning experience for your children. It lets them know that you are human.
It shows them in practical ways that what you are telling them really works. When you sow that you can learn from your mistakes, they see that can learn from theirs. Norman Wright and Gary Oliver. Take the Test The following inventory covers the more common signs of anger in children. Rate each statement according to the following scale and enter the rating in the appropriate space: My child blames others for his or her troubles.
My child throws or breaks things whenever he or she feels frustrated or irritated. Whenever my child gets angry, calming him or her down takes a lot of placating. My child changes the rules of games when playing with other children. My child says spiteful or hatful things whenever he or she is thwarted. My child ostracizes, scorns, and complains about others. My child uses foul language whenever he or she gets angry. What You Can Do 1. Please share your thoughts and comments: Nightingale saw that her first task was to get the military doctors to accept her and the other nurses.
Her determined personality, Florence Nightingale. She also had a large fund of private money—much of it raised by the London Times —with which she could obtain badly needed supplies. By the end of , some order had been created and the hospital was cleaner—not only through Nightingale's efforts but also through improvements made by a governmental sanitary commission.
The death rate among patients fell by two-thirds. But with improvement came new problems, including anger from officials who were found at fault for the poor hospital conditions and rising disputes among the nurses. Florence Nightingale left Scutari in the summer of , soon after the war ended.
By then she was famous among the troops and the public as the "Lady with the Lamp" and the "Nightingale in the East. Although she did some active nursing in the wards, Nightingale's real work lay outside the expression of tenderness and concern. It began with her refusal to respond to public praise and with her use of her influence in high places, including with the queen, to fight for effective reform of the entire system of military hospitals and medical care. In Notes on Matters Affecting the Health, Efficiency and Hospital Administration of the British Army Nightingale used the experiences of the war to prove that a new system was necessary.
Within five years this effort led to the reconstruction of the administrative structure of the War Office. Nightingale's Notes on Hospitals detailed the proper arrangements for civilian institutions places that were not a part of the military.
In the next year she presided over the founding of the Nightingale School for the training of nurses at St. Thomas's Hospital in London, England. After she was recognized as the leading expert on military and civilian sanitation the removal of water-transported waste in India. She also believed that irrigation the supplying of water to an area using artificial methods was the solution to the problem of famine. In Nightingale was the first woman to be awarded the Order of Merit.
Nightingale's personality is well documented. She rebelled against the idle, sheltered existence of her family her entire life. She achieved a leading position in a world dominated by men, driving and directing her male coworkers as hard as she did herself. She often complained that women were selfish, and she had no time for the growing women's rights movement.
But she also developed an idea of spiritual relating to or affecting the spirit motherhood and saw herself as the mother of the men of the British army—"my children"—whom she had saved. Florence Nightingale never really recovered from the physical strain of the Crimean War.
After she rarely left her home and was confined to her bed much of the time. She died on August 13, , in London, England. Lady with the Lamp. Early years and study. War efforts In October of Nightingale organized a party of thirty-eight nurses, mostly from different religious orders, for service in the Crimean War —56 , in which Great Britain, France, and Sardinia fought against Russian expansion in Europe. Hospital reform efforts back home Florence Nightingale left Scutari in the summer of , soon after the war ended.
Later years Nightingale's personality is well documented. I was writen that Florence Nightingale 's family was her inspriation fore her work with the poor people. She was strong influence from her grandfather,Williams Smith that he also became to lost properties to follow the ideal.
I think that Florence Nightingale was an inspiring woman that tried to make the world a better place. Although I would never have the guts to do so, she became a nurse and had to watch men and women endure crucial pain.
I know someone that just got one! I'm reading her biography written by Mark Bostridge these days. She is indeed an inspirational historical character.
Discovered in the attic in which she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank’s remarkable diary has since become a world classic—a powerful reminder of the . Get the latest science news and technology news, read tech reviews and more at ABC News. I’m politically (and especially fiscally) nearly a socialist. I’m a proud champion of entitlement programs, and advocate loudly for more of them.