NURSING SCHOOL: Your Biggest Challenge! - page 3
I was reading in the student threads about some of the challenges student nurses are facing these days. I'll admit, I kinda had it good: I lived in the dorm, I had a great roommate, and I was the... Read More
0Nov 7, '02 by ams02Originally posted by kelligrl
Well, I have eight freakin' days left and seriously, my biggest problem is the MAN that I'm married to. I love him, but could he get any less FREAKIN' supportive?? I swear he's threatened by the whole d**n thing!! Today FLIPPED out because I was supposed to be off Sat., but remembered I had a school thing to do from 8-12. Not even a whole day!!
I'm thinking he better get over it, real quick....Geez he makes my head hurt.....:stone
OK, I'm done.
Oh yeah, and I hated Peds. Making little kids cry sucks.
0Nov 7, '02 by NMAguiarAs a man currently in a nursing program, I'm sorry to hear about Kelligirl's problem. I'm even more sorry to say the scenario is typical.
Of 9 women in my clinical group, it seems only one has a supportive significant other; three are divorced and the others -- despite kids and housework-- are getting no support. I've read in several periodicals it's a common problem with women in nursing school.
I've also read a high percentage of woman divorce their man shortly after graduation. Go figure!
0Nov 7, '02 by deespoohbearI am definitely one of the fortunate ones because I had (and still do) a supportive hubby. I would have never made through school without him.
I hated careplans, geri, ortho, OB, and psych. The skill that was the most difficult for me to learn? Putting on sterile gloves and maintaining sterile technique... Didn't get along too well with ABG's either....
I enjoyed almost all of my instructors, except the peds/OB instructor. That was the last rotation though, and I knew I was almost done. I really didn't dislike the woman, just wasn't my favorite.