When there is a beginning, there is always an end *sob* - page 4

In the Fall 2004 semester, I failed my hospital clinical site and recieved a failing grade. I was in the first semester. In the Spring 2005 semester, I went to a new nursing school hoping for a fresh... Read More

  1. by   webblarsk
    I have been reading previous Posts by OP. I am so confused. In one of the posts it said she was in her final week and then it turns around and says she is on probation. Very confusing and not very honest!
  2. by   BabyNurseBSN2006
    I agree~ I just read all of "sad's" previous posts as well and the only thing that I am sure of is that it seems that she brought this all out on herself. No kidding she didn't know what was going on during check-offs when she doesnt even know if she is in her last four weeks of lpn school???? or just the first four weeks of the beginning????? I had a classmate that was asked to leave last semester because she acted like sad did. She was sure that everyone was out to get her and that the teachers hated her but she also refused to stay up late at night to do her homework because she was "tired" and during clinicals she would ask me to come into her pts. room and then she would do NOTHING and make me do what needed to be done cause she would just stand there staring at me. So she would get credit and I would just feel shafted cause I now had her pt and mine as well. We had some horrible fights in post-conference that semester. I am actually thankful that there are some faculty out there who have the courage to not pass those individuals who are deemed unsafe and who are unwilling to try harder. In the beginning I felt bad for "sad", but after reading all of her posts...I'm just moving on to another subject...peace

    Quote from webblarsk
    I have been reading previous Posts by OP. I am so confused. In one of the posts it said she was in her final week and then it turns around and says she is on probation. Very confusing and not very honest!
  3. by   VivaLasViejas
    That's why I have heretofore avoided this thread like the plague......I'm familiar with this poster from previous threads along the same vein (oh, poor, pitiful me), and I'm afraid all of you are wasting your time trying to make her feel better. This is someone who is either jerking our chains or who really believes people are out to 'get' her......in either case, I hope for the sake of humanity that this person NEVER becomes a nurse while in her present frame of mind.

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