Did you ever wake up and think "Why the heck am I majoring in nursing?" Seriously, I'm in my second year in college, starting nursing school
next year and my GPA is good but just because my GPA is good, doesn't mean I should be a nurse. When I signed up for pre-nursing I had given about a week thought. Not because I didn't think about career options through high school, I was going to be a teacher because I got summers off(yeah how lame I know) but when I thought of nursing it actually felt right like something I could do. But now I'm actually thinking about nursing, not as just giving patients their medicine and blah but as someone's LIFE is in my hands. Why if I mess up and kill them? What if a situation happens and I can't think of what to do fast enough and they die? What if I just suck in general at this? And what if I can't figure out how to do a chart? I want to be a nurse but what if I can't do it? Do I really need to know every bone in the body, every muscle, every nerve? How all the systems work? Do you guys have any advice?