there's a nursing student in my lab group who is wishy washy. he talks to everyone in class but me. or if the teacher hands him some sheets to pass around to other students, he'll hand it to everyone except for me. don't understand why he's bullying me. never had a disagreement or said anything controversial or radical. its giving me a bit of anxiety
Sep 10, '13
I would suggest you to talk to a professor whom YOU feel comfortable discussing the situation. I had a situation that happenned to me while I was in nursing school
but waited until it got to a point were I just couldn't take it anymore. I wouldn't suggest you to ignore it. PPL should know how to comport themselves... plus if you go to your STUDENT HANDBOOK it clearly list(s) how a student nurse should behave themselves. Do what you feel is best for yourself
Last edit by NursingIsWithinMe on Sep 10, '13
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Sep 10, '13
You get to choose how you feel about this very minor event. My sweet old grandmother always used to say, "Never attribute to malice (or the more modern, oh-so-overused "bullying") what could be accounted for by ignorance/stupidity."
Just say, when he is done passing them out, "John, you missed one!" and hold out your hand with a smile. Do it once, he'll pass you your papers. Do it twice and he'll never forget you again.
Last edit by nurseprnRN on Sep 10, '13