Female Nursing Students Dont like me ! - page 6

Female Nursing Students Dont like me ! I am male nursing student . I am very lonely in my class . Nobody in my nursing class support me . It seems like they hate me or somethings . I feel like... Read More

  1. by   earthlovers123
    Quote from z's playa
    Certainly looks that way. Waaaay suspicious "goings on" here !

    I agree that its annoying when someone posts a thread then sits back to watch the music.

    Z
    Hello Friends ,
    Thank you very much for Sharing all your feeling .
    I am very glad to get support from you guys .
    It makes me feel that there are lots of friends out there who have great listening ear . There is no need to be suspicious about the post .
    I just post them as I feel and feel like asking .
    I am just a nursing students thinking about how to excel and do better
    I am still confused about which kind of speciality might be appropriate for me ..
    Thanks all I will keep in touch more this weekend
    earthlover123@gmail.com
  2. by   baby&mommynurse
    It is possible that earthlover123 is limited in his English skills, maybe doesn't grasp the concept of "replying" back... if you look at his previous threads, some of them are posted more than once. Also, he has a hearing disability. That among trying to find his place in nursing, having trouble in school and being perhaps the only male in his class makes him feel awkward and shy. I'm sure he's at least reading our replies. But after reading some of the other posters discrediting his OP, that would make him want to crawl back inside his hole even more. I know it would discourage me.

    I'm going to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. Hopefully he isn't pulling our legs. And if he isn't... earthlover123, a lot of these nurses/student nurses have good advice for you. Be confident, be yourself and I'm sure everything will work out for you.
  3. by   baby&mommynurse
    Well... there you have it. He just replied. Good luck with everything, earthlover123.
  4. by   earthlovers123
    Quote from z's playa
    Certainly looks that way. Waaaay suspicious "goings on" here !

    I agree that its annoying when someone posts a thread then sits back to watch the music.

    Z
    Hello Friends ,
    Thank you very much for Sharing all your feeling .
    I am very glad to get support from you guys .
    It makes me feel that there are lots of friends out there who have great listening ear . There is no need to be suspicious about the post .
    I just post them as I feel and feel like asking .
    I am just a nursing students thinking about how to excel and do better
    I am still confused about which kind of speciality might be appropriate for me ..
    Thanks all I will keep in touch more this weekend
    earthlover123@gmail.com
  5. by   z's playa
    Quote from earthlover123
    Hello Friends ,
    Thank you very much for Sharing all your feeling .
    I am very glad to get support from you guys .
    It makes me feel that there are lots of friends out there who have great listening ear . There is no need to be suspicious about the post .
    I just post them as I feel and feel like asking .
    I am just a nursing students thinking about how to excel and do better
    I am still confused about which kind of speciality might be appropriate for me ..
    Thanks all I will keep in touch more this weekend
    earthlover123@gmail.com
    Ok...what year are you in ?


    Z

    Are you having some difficulties ? With the computer that is ?
    Last edit by z's playa on Apr 22, '05
  6. by   estrogen
    Quote from baby&mommynurse
    It is possible that earthlover123 is limited in his English skills, maybe doesn't grasp the concept of "replying" back... if you look at his previous threads, some of them are posted more than once. Also, he has a hearing disability. That among trying to find his place in nursing, having trouble in school and being perhaps the only male in his class makes him feel awkward and shy. I'm sure he's at least reading our replies. But after reading some of the other posters discrediting his OP, that would make him want to crawl back inside his hole even more. I know it would discourage me.

    I'm going to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. Hopefully he isn't pulling our legs. And if he isn't... earthlover123, a lot of these nurses/student nurses have good advice for you. Be confident, be yourself and I'm sure everything will work out for you.
    Thank you. Sure seems that a lot of people have sort of a hostile and suspicious mind set from the get go. "He's kinda different, he doesn't respond THE WHAY WE WOULD WANT HIM TO, let's label him a troll or whatever..."
    I don't think that that's a great way to be for a nurse and for anyone for that matter. And even if he was a troll, which I don't think he is, it's still an interesting toppic.
    Last edit by estrogen on Apr 22, '05
  7. by   LPN1974
    Quote from earthlover123
    Hello Friends ,
    Thank you very much for Sharing all your feeling .
    I am very glad to get support from you guys .
    It makes me feel that there are lots of friends out there who have great listening ear . There is no need to be suspicious about the post .
    I just post them as I feel and feel like asking .
    I am just a nursing students thinking about how to excel and do better
    I am still confused about which kind of speciality might be appropriate for me ..
    Thanks all I will keep in touch more this weekend
    earthlover123@gmail.com

    Ok, sorry if I misjudged you, but it did get a response from you, finally.
    I would, and others, too, I'm sure, appreciate it if you will participate in these discussions that you start.
  8. by   LPN1974
    Quote from estrogen
    Thank you. Sure seems that a lot of people have sort of a hostile and suspicious mind set from the get go. "He's kinda different, he doesn't respond THE WHAY WE WOULD WANT HIM TO, let's label him a troll or whatever..."
    I don't think that that's a great way to be for a nurse and for anyone for that matter. And even if he was a troll, which I don't think he is, it's still an interesting toppic.

    I wasn't suspicious from the "get go"...I was one of the first who responded to him on this thread.
    I sincerely wanted to help.
    But when you are in a conversation and you're the one doing all the talking and the other person never responds, eventually you don't want to talk anymore.
    Same way here.

    I responded back to him and apologized if I misjudged him.

    It IS an interesting subject, one of which gets alot of attention on this board.
    Students and nurses beng mistreated/ignored in some way by their peers draws alot of attention.
  9. by   vermonthiker
    Quote from AngelSpirit
    I was raised in a very structured environment with a strict caste system. Men have certain roles as do women. I hold to those beliefs and value system. If I changed my beliefs whenever somebody disagrees with me then I don't see how that would be very helpful. I was asked to share my feelings and I did.
    Well that explains a little, however many of us change our values when we are adults.

    It's interesting how we preceive things based on our childhoods. My son always went to a female doctor and had a friend who's mother was female. When he was about 6, he got sick and I took him to a male dr -- our primary wasn't working that day. Later he kept telling my husband that the nurse did this, the nurse did that. My husband asked, what did the dr do? He claimed he didn't see a dr, just a two nurses. One man and one woman. He was amazed when I explained to him that men can be doctors too!
  10. by   LPN1974
    Quote from vermonthiker
    Well that explains a little, however many of us change our values when we are adults.

    It's interesting how we preceive things based on our childhoods. My son always went to a female doctor and had a friend who's mother was female. When he was about 6, he got sick and I took him to a male dr -- our primary wasn't working that day. Later he kept telling my husband that the nurse did this, the nurse did that. My husband asked, what did the dr do? He claimed he didn't see a dr, just a two nurses. One man and one woman. He was amazed when I explained to him that men can be doctors too!


    I thought all mothers WERE female.
    Are they NOT?
  11. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    No, all mothers are not female.
  12. by   fab4fan
    Quote from estrogen
    Thank you. Sure seems that a lot of people have sort of a hostile and suspicious mind set from the get go. "He's kinda different, he doesn't respond THE WHAY WE WOULD WANT HIM TO, let's label him a troll or whatever..."
    I don't think that that's a great way to be for a nurse and for anyone for that matter. And even if he was a troll, which I don't think he is, it's still an interesting toppic.
    You haven't been a member here as long as some of us. Trust me, there are indeed trolls here, and after a while you get to know some of the tricks of their trade.

    I find it difficult to believe that a nursing program would be able to accommodate someone with both a hearing disability and lack of rudimentary English. Kinda hard to be a nurse if you can't communicate effectively.

    But then again, I'm just a big meanie...
  13. by   AngelSpirit
    Quote from lady_jezebel
    I don't know what the heck you are talking about, and I've lived/worked on both US coasts. This is not a personal attack. I'm just wondering where you are really located and/or from. You mentioned the "caste" system. Are you from India? Your post does not reflect American culture, so just wondering. It may help to clarify your position.
    I was not responding to you (there are other posts in this thread). If you read all the posts you will see some responses that in my mind are not appropriate or rational. I was honest and civil with my response to the OP and I can see that some people have problems with that. I also see a number of erroneous assumptions (my feelings about male nurses = bullying, discrimination, bad behavior, etc). I clearly stated that I try not to let my feelings prejudice my behavior. However I will say that in light of some of these highly emotional responses my "feelings" have not changed and probably have been strengthened somewhat. I am not comfortable around male nurses and clearly there are other people who feel that way.

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