Quote from mye614
i really love this forum. i have read a lot of threads and posting that i can relate to. i guess my dilemma would be.....well, i've always heard horror stories about how doctors treat nurses at the hospital....see, i'm the kind of person that can get intimidated easy (did i spell that right?)...i'm getting close to graduating form the rn program and the closer i get the more i get nervous about working as a nurse and dealing with these types of doctors (like yelling, embarassing you or simply make you feel stupid)...how can i overcome this fear? i know i'm going to be a competent and a good nurse but intimidating people just scares the h---k of me. and when i get nervous, i get tongue tied and i get brain freeze. is there a class that i can go to to help boost my self esteem. i'm afraid to be bullied around and not able to stand for myself (happened to me a lot....sad to say, people took advantage of it). can any of you who feels the same, share your experience and maybe tips on how you've overcome such fear/feelings. thanks....
have you ever come across the human hierachy of needs
, self esteem is infact almost the last thing , get it comes , mmmmmmmmmm let call it as an automatic things ,
your dont lack self esteem , infact range youself above that !!!! be positive , and face reality, if some one yells at you i think he or she has a reason to do so , if not why can some one yeel at you without a reason :angryfire
tips, take a deep breath before you talk it takes gut to do so , i had phobia , talking to public and i started sharing meeting in classes and discussion , then in our local church, then i hosted a very big party when i was leaving college , now i can address public , :hatparty:
only those who dare rise lift themself above the holizon