I started my career as an RN 9 months ago and discovered that it was more stressful than I could've ever imagined. I assumed that the worries and second-guesses would diminish over time but I am finding that they are only getting worse. I constantly lie in bed at night wondering if I have charted sufficiently or if I remembered to tell the doc that pt A had developed a cough. I recently had my first "code blue" and stayed awake for hours that night replaying the situation in my mind thinking of things I would've done differently (despite the fact that the patient was stabilized). I frequently receive encouragement from co-workers, doctors, and patients that I am doing my job well, but I can't seem to relax 'behind the curtains' thinking that I had forgotten something that would cost me my license, or worse, someone's life. How do I learn to leave work at work and enjoy my life?