2 i cant discipline my son without feeling guilty or

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2. I can’t discipline my son without feeling guilty or feeling sorry. Saying no to my son and disciplining him breaks my heart. He could do something really bad and I punish him, but the second I see him face I break down. I feel so guilty since I work so much and have such little time with him. I want him to want to be with me not to be mad at me. A few days ago, Nevin, my two year old son, grabbed a knife off the counter and stabbed the floor. I was so scared that he was going to hurt himself. I safely took the knife away and made him sit in time out for 5 minutes and punished him. His face broke my heart to pieces; I had to go in my room and take a breather and remind myself it for his safety. 3. I can’t discuss problems I have with a co-worker without sounding to aggressive. If I have a problem with how a co-worker is handling a situation and is doing something I tend to come off aggressive when I approach the matter. I get really worried when I see the problem and tend to get snippy or short. Yesterday, I noticed one of our PSA’s were not foaming in and out of patients rooms. This is a giant safety problem for the patient and for the PSA. After the third time I saw it, I became very upset and I confronted the PSA and was very short and snippy.
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