Feeling very sad today - page 3
I work in pediatric oncology. I love my job and there are some days that are so happy. But Friday was particularly sad. A little 2 year old, Logan, has a cancer that will probably not be cured. ... Read More
0Nov 19, '99 by chile1vMaggie,
How wonderful Logan, and his parent's have a nurse like you! I work in a telemetry unit where a majority of my patients are geri's. I have a lost a couple that I have become attached to. I am absolutely convinced that these people, and their families, are God's blessing to me. It is a comforting to be able to offer caring, dignifying, professional care. I like to believe it is why God called me to this profession. Keep up the good work!
0Nov 19, '99 by Deb RnMaggie, the world needs more nurses like you. When something sad happens in ER sudden death etc. I am deeply affected. i always say to myself the day I get hardened to the death of an individual young or old is the day I personally have to leave nursing. This young lad was soooooo lucky to have a compassionate and loving nurse such as you. I bet you hugged your little ones hard when you went home. Keep smiling. Deb.