I am not sure if I am posting this in the right spot, but I really need to get this off of my chest. I start my LPN program on the 29th of this month and I am scared ********. (Pardon my French) I have been working towards accomplishing my goal of becoming a RN, and I am finally on my way towards accomplishing my goal yet I am scared that I am going to fail. Isee so many people telling me that I am not going to be able to work part-time (3 days a week) as a CNA and do well in school that I am now doubting myself. Not to mention that I have broken up with my fiance' and I am now a single mother to 4 children (13 months, 6,8.10). I guess I am just needing some advice from people who have been there who can give me some advice, and maybe reassure me that I am not making a mistake. Thank you in advance.
Apr 3, '13
Your kids is your first chunk of motivation.....the rest of it will come from the nay sayers and your breakup....one monkey dont stop the show....im turning 43 in 3 months and I have a full time job a needy husband, elderly parents, 2 kids (sophmore in colleger and sr in high school) but im doing it. I dont start my program until october, but I will finish and move on to my rn. Dont punk out on reaching your dreams. There are some people that have it waaaaaay worse than we do and they do very well....pinky promise me that you will step out of your scared **** bubble and own your dreams:-D. Good luck and best wishes to you♥
Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Apr 5, '13