SETTING AND ACHIEVING GOALS
Public Safety Officers are required to demonstrate the ability to set and achieve personal and professional goals. Candidates for public safety positions can best position themselves for positive consideration through continuing achievement in the workplace, educational environment, volunteer activities and/or community involvement. Each candidate must demonstrate initiative and the ability to follow through on all commitments without constant supervision and detailed instruction. Candidates have the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to set and achieve goals, their ability to work in a diligent, reliable, and conscientious manner in accordance with specific rules and policies, and their readiness for, and commitment to, public service through the following:
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I was a teenager and college student in the 1990s, so I was exposed to a lot of educational and cautionary material on eating disorders. Honestly, the “education” did glamorize it for me, to the point that I tried to become anorexic (I never succeeded, as I apparently lacked the underlying pathology). It just seemed like a good and *socially acceptable* way to get attention from adults and peers. (Starving yourself tends to earn sympathy, but eating too much and gaining weight just earns derision). I resented the attention actual anorexics and bulimics received, and wanted to develop some kind of outward manifestation of my own stress, so people wouldn’t just look at me and see a healthy, normal girl, but a girl in emotional need. Even if it doesn’t lead to actual self-starvation, I think overexposing young women to information about eating disorders can lead to destructive behaviors and negative emotions.