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Guys my mom is crying being she’s stressed out about her test this coming Monday. She’s in nursing school and this is the test she needs to pass in order to go to her second semester. She’ll be done after her second semester and she’ll have her RN Degree. Can you guys please pray for her, I would really appreciate it or atleast reblog this or like it or something so I can show her that it’s okay and she’ll pass. This is my mom cheezin’ it up:
Passing this test means a lot to her and she means a lot to me.
Nursing school can make you feel so weary and old, right down to the core of your being.
Nursing school can push you past your limits but make you realize you are stronger than you ever thought you were or could be.
Nursing school can make you feel insignificant and useless until your patient says,”thank you, you’ll make a great nurse someday”.
Nursing school can cause unimaginable levels of stress and anxiety.
Nursing school will beat the hell out of you and break you down but will rebuild you into a new person. A stronger, smarter, well-rounded and kick-ass person.
Nursing school teaches you self-confidence and to not worry about what others think of you.
Nursing school is filled with drama. So is the real world. This place is just fine tuning your assessment skills and how to weed out the crazies. Utilize that skill. Daily.
Nursing school will make you long to read books for fun and for the life you had before you entered this program. You will graduate with a deeper appreciation for your family, social life and leisure time.
Nursing school will teach you how to survive on caffeine and ramen because you are too sleep deprived and poor for anything else.
Nursing school has the ability to make time pass before your eyes. While you feel as though you are just beginning and cannot make it through another semester, you will find that two years is just a blink and it is over before you know it.
Nursing school can either cause you to lose your faith or strengthen it. It will cause you to cling to your Savior with the assurance that He will carry you through. Nursing school will open your eyes to the realization that you cannot make it through this program without faith.
Nursing school gives you a deeper appreciation for life. It opens your eyes to the world outside of yourself and your personal “bubble”. As you care for the sick, the elderly, the dying…you begin to see that your struggles are not as terrible as you perceive them to be. As you cry alongside and hold the hand of a patient who has been informed their chemo is not working and they have 2 months to live, your stress and anxiety seem to fade. You finally recall the reason you went into this profession. As you comfort the mother who had to give birth to a stillborn baby, you again are reminded how precious life is and that each day is a gift. Hold onto those moments and never forget the lessons learned while in nursing school. Lessons that cannot be taught in a classroom or by a instructor but by being there for others in need.