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On the other hand, it is not a family member or friend’s responsibility to be a behavior therapist for their anxious loved ones: creating fear hierarchies and guiding them through rigorous exposure and response prevention. Similarly, no one wants to abruptly force their anxious loved one into situations where he or she will have an emotional breakdown, or berate them, or make unrealistic demands to simply “get over it” that will cause someone struggling with a serious anxiety disorder to feel entirely unsupported.
The prohibition against discrimination in employment on the basis of family status is not new.
In Section 13 of the Human Rights Code, family status has long been included as one of the prohibited grounds for discrimination in employment.
Soon your child cannot go anywhere without you and takes an hour to get to bed, when i could be a 10 minute bedtime routine.
It's often a surprise to families when they realize just how much the accommodation has grown overtime.
Accommodating is the adjective form of the verb accommodate, and it’s used to describe those who are cheerfully willing to make small adjustments to help you out.
The waiter who is happy to serve the dressing on the side, give you extra cheese on the burger, and swap French fries for mashed potatoes, all because that's how you want it? Helping an anxious person to avoid something he or she fears tends to work beautifully in the short term.The term for this is accommodating the person’s avoidance.BC Courts and the BC Human Rights Tribunal have not generally been receptive to these complaints, holding that a complaint of family status discrimination will not succeed in the usual case of an employee experiencing a conflict between work and family obligations.There is a recognition that many working parents have to make childcare arrangements, and the approach of our Courts and the Tribunal seems to be that making appropriate childcare arrangements is a responsibility to be borne solely by the parent, and an employer is entitled to insist on a particular work schedule, even if it conflicts with childcare obligations.Until recently, in our province, making such accommodations has been a purely voluntary act by employers.