Are they oversharing or am I a prude? - page 3
Before starting nursing school, I had never come accross more peers that share quite so much... um... detail. Classmates will walk up to me and start talking to me about their heavy flow or their... Read More
1Mar 9, '12 by 79TangoI would say PRUDE! Wait till you get somewhere & everyone wants to start diagnosing you.
Co-Worker-"Hey tango, I noticed you squirming a little bit on the toilet earlier"
Tango- "What?? You were watching me take a dump? (we have open stalls)
Co-Worker-- "Yeah man, you should be drinking more water"
I think you need to get over it. If you do become a nurse you are going to hear some of the crudest, rudest, most personal, sickest, nastiest, funniest most hilarious stories (all of them true).
0Mar 9, '12 by rubatoI have no problem hearing it.
I'm NOT going to talk about it. I just don't care to share my personal information, no matter what it is.
1Mar 9, '12 by leenie45No you are not a prude. Like you, I can listen to it all day long, but from classmates, co-workers, peers, uh no thanks. They need to save that conversation for someone, (Dr., nurse, friend) who actually needs to know, or for some strange reason, wants to know. Way too much info for me, I don't care about your flow, your bowels, etc.....People always surprise me. I must tell you, I don't discuss these things with ANYONE unless it's a Dr, or Nurse, I mean , why would I???? Weird