I just graduated from RN school and don't feel like keeping in touch with my classmates. I didn't like how there were so many cliques and people talked about each other and such. I hated the drama, negativity and am happy I'm away from it. Anyone else feel this way?
I didn't find any problem with not keeping in touch. My classmates never bothered me unless they wanted something. And that was while we were in school. Haven't heard a peep from anyone since.
Last edit by caliotter3 on Jun 2, '12
I wouldn't say my program has clique problems. Everyone is pretty friendly, all age ranges included. We're getting smaller and smaller now, so I see the same people over and over. Sure, people have their study groups and friends, but like I said, everyone is pretty nice for the most part.
For the most part...there ARE some people I do not care for, but I will be cordial to them. No sense in wasting energy over people I can't stand after all, right? Besides, after school I will never see them again.
eta: Can I just say how tired I am of the common mantra that women together are catty? This is a overblown stereotype and I'm sick of it. A bunch of males together can be just as catty or worse. Some of the worst bullying I have ever received has been from guys. And no, we don't need men in the profession to save us from ourselves.
Last edit by QuarterLife88 on Jun 1, '12