Respectful language - page 2
I just have to take a moment to tip my hat to everyone here who posts. Most everyone here listens and responds with sincere thoughts and respectful language. I, for one, appreciate it. Thanks,... Read More
Jun 6, '02I can truley tell all of you, you have helped me so much with my career choice. I start my clinicals next month I will carry a little of each of you with me. GOD BLESS
Jun 6, '02Well, I don't think I've ever been thanked for "respectful language" before
The feeling is mutual
Jun 6, '02Man Rustyhammer, you look just like my brother, its amazing!I had to look twice at your picture. He even rides a harley.
Jun 6, '02Thanks Rustyhammer!!! The nicest thing that's happened to me all day!!! I guess we may never know how much we help each other :kiss
Jun 6, '02It's nice to be appreciated for a change, although respectful language is something I havent been thanked for before!!!
Could I just say to kaknurse...there are nurses from other countries on here too!!!!!!
Jun 6, '02Rusty, thanks for the compliment, and I agree with you.
Heather, thanking someone for respectful language has just about had to become the norm. You hear so many people talking trash, and cursing ALL of the time. It is refreshing to talk with real people who have real vocabularies!
Jun 6, '02Originally posted by Bradley
Man Rustyhammer, you look just like my brother, its amazing!I had to look twice at your picture. He even rides a harley.
Jun 7, '02Wow!! How refreshing...I am not a Nurse yet but you guys have made me feel like I really belong...THANK YOU ALL...from the bottom of my tiny little heart
P.S. Can you even imagine our World if all Nurses had Rusty's mentality???.....I'll keep dreaming about it...