Someone needs care..

@rage35 (344)
Philippines
January 3, 2011 10:22pm CST
I am a Nurse in profession and being a Nurse is a very difficult job to do. You take all the responsibilities of your patient. So many ups and downs when providing care to your patients. I've came into a point that I need to quit this job because of the difficulties I've encountered during my hospital experience. But, I end up pursuing my career because I've realized that difficulties part of the job. Eventually,I found myself loving the profession because of the rewarding experience it brought to my life after seeing your patients improving on their health conditions.
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• United States
4 Jan 11
Sounds like you are very passionate about your profession, which is very good. Taking care of patients requires a great deal of patience and caring to be able to deal with the heartfelt situations as times. Keep up the great job as many nurses are required more so today.
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
4 Jan 11
Yes! As time goes by, I am loving my profession because I know how important to a patient who suffers from great stress to be cared by a nurse who only want their patients to recover.
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@jaiho2009 (39021)
• Philippines
4 Jan 11
hello rage, When i was young,i dreamed of becoming a doctor,because i want to care people who are sick. I dream of seeing myself taking care of sick people and making them well. But my eagerness lessen with the reality that it would be impossible for me to pursue my dream due to financial status. And besides,my passion with arts is much greater. I admire doctors and nurses for attending sick people,it's not an easy job. It really needs a lot of patience and passion to that kind of job. It's not easy to take care of people who are sick,dying and hopeless case . You need to have a big heart,an open mind... I wish one of my kids will want to take up nursing... Keep up the good work...you are so lucky to serve the people who needs attention and care. Have a good day alway and welcome to mylot
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
4 Jan 11
Hi jaiho! Thank you for admiring us nurses. I really appreciate your comment. It only gives me an inspiration to continue caring for those in need.
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@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
5 Jan 11
I agree! I've prepared myself since I took up nursing that I will be brave enough to face some inevitable situations.
@LadyMarissa (12162)
• United States
5 Jan 11
It takes a SPECIAL person to be a nurse!!!! Yes, there are times that will bring you down...especially when you lose several patients close together. During those times you really need to focus on those you've helped!!! It takes a really special person to be a loving & caring nurse & you seem to have ALL those qualities. When you think of quitting, just think of ALL those patients out there who NEED you!!! Not every nurse is a good nurse & when you find one who loves their job as you obviously do, I'd HATE to lose you!!!! Good nurses are God's angels!!!!
@LadyMarissa (12162)
• United States
5 Jan 11
Thank You For The BR!!!
THANK YOU FOR THE BR!!!
• Philippines
4 Jan 11
I am glad you realized the value of your profession... I am greatly honored that there is someone like you who gratefully do care even to those people you hardly even know... Yes, your profession is not that easy, but for sure you will be rewarded with all your good deeds...
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
5 Jan 11
Yes! I realized how important my profession is and I am looking forward to care for more patients who needs my care. Thank you!
@vycess (1590)
• Saudi Arabia
4 Jan 11
I'm also a registered nurse... I know what you felt. At this point in my career, sometimes I wanna quit also but there's a thing that keeps holding me in this profession. Being a nurse is really, really hard and sometimes I'm asking myself why did I became a nurse?why did I pursue it? I wanna enjoy and love this profession too, maybe I just need inspiration and maybe it's God's will why I'am still a nurse. LOL...
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
5 Jan 11
Hello vycess! Having an inspiration is really of help and the best way to have an inspiration is through the love and care of your parents. It will really help you to be more motivated in caring to our patients.
@gaiza12 (4889)
• Philippines
4 Jan 11
Being a nurse is a very rewarding profession when you see the smiles of your patients and seeing them go home with improved condition. I too am a nurse by profession but unfortunately is not working as one. I would really love to pursue this career but i am not lucky in it yet, hopefully soon though! Being a nurse is a profession that one should be proud of.
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
5 Jan 11
Yes! that's one of the reason why I'd like and love my profession because of the smiles of our patients who are recovering from their health condition. Gaiza, don't lose hope. I know that you could make it as a nurse. Just pray and believe in yourself. You can do it!
@Hatley (164743)
• Garden Grove, California
4 Jan 11
hi rage I fully understand what you aresaying as though I was just a nurse's aide I loved my job and it was not easy but I loved both the nurses i worked with and the need and responsibility of caring for ill people and being part of a medical team.Yes at times it was difficult but when thinking of changing jobs I just could not as what I was doing was a part of me and I fulfilled a necessary niche as the nurses did all they could but they were juse single people with only two hands and so I played a vital spot too.When a patient would compliment me on giving her or him great care it made my day, and when the nurses complimented me I felt on top of the world. I worked as a nurses aide for many years and now am retired but never regretted any of that time ever. I felt that what I did was important and was happy doing it. The sad moments were overcome by the happy moments of seeing someone who had been through hell physically get well and go home. for the few losses we had we had so many wonderful successes that it was great just remembering all that. I am now 84 and retired.
@rage35 (344)
• Philippines
5 Jan 11
Hello hatley! Thank you for your support to us nurses. I really loved working with nurse's aides. You are indeed one of those nurse's aides who really has the caring heart for our sick patients. Thank you!
@rashme317 (250)
• Philippines
19 May 12
the rewarding part of being a nurse is seeing your patients achieved optimum level of functioning ..i am a nurse too
@Hatley (164743)
• Garden Grove, California
30 May 11
hi rage35 yes its a very difficult job but it is fulfilling if you look at it in a different angle. I worked as a nurse;s aide for many years abd learned to love the job as I felt I wa s really helping other people and not just taking up space on this earthl its a rewarding profession when one gets the passion tha t overcomes the difficulties of the job and revels in seein her patients get well and go home.A lot of us have that need to help others and being a nurse is a great way to fulfill that need.
@toniganzon (48524)
• Philippines
4 Jan 11
It is good to hear that you are a real nurse not for the money but because you have it in your heart to help other people. Passion is what you have in your heart! It's really difficult to find a nurse right now who is working not for the money only but is a dedicated one to help other people. That kind of job is actually a privilege since the reward is lifetime fulfillment.