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  • 2:00 pm

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 21

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 15

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 14

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 14

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 14

    Quote from wooh
    Rule is: One sentence. Random thought. Silly is great. Funny would rock. If you're going to be judgmental, GO TO ANOTHER THREAD! FUN ONLY HERE!

    Fomite is my new favorite word because it sounds like a sandwich spread.
    See, I think it sounds like a toothpaste. I even have a jingle in my head (music included):

    "If you want your teeth gleaming white,
    Try the new toothpaste...Fomite!"

    I wish I could put the music for it here, but I am not that tech savvy.

  • Apr 13

    If you're not actually regularly using the skills for the exam you want to take, then it's too much. Certification says that you are able to perform to the level of that particular skill/specialty, so you're legally liable should you choose to try to put that cert to work.

    I used to feel the same way but then I decided it was wiser (at least for me) to focus my certs on my specialty.

  • Apr 12

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 12

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 11

    If you're not actually regularly using the skills for the exam you want to take, then it's too much. Certification says that you are able to perform to the level of that particular skill/specialty, so you're legally liable should you choose to try to put that cert to work.

    I used to feel the same way but then I decided it was wiser (at least for me) to focus my certs on my specialty.

  • Apr 10

    If you're not actually regularly using the skills for the exam you want to take, then it's too much. Certification says that you are able to perform to the level of that particular skill/specialty, so you're legally liable should you choose to try to put that cert to work.

    I used to feel the same way but then I decided it was wiser (at least for me) to focus my certs on my specialty.

  • Apr 10

    If you're not actually regularly using the skills for the exam you want to take, then it's too much. Certification says that you are able to perform to the level of that particular skill/specialty, so you're legally liable should you choose to try to put that cert to work.

    I used to feel the same way but then I decided it was wiser (at least for me) to focus my certs on my specialty.

  • Apr 10

    Quote from NursingInChaos
    I definitely wasn't going for hits, I didn't want someone to click on it and get upset about the content. I know if I had personally lost a child to drowning reading my post would be upsetting. The last thing I want is to cause pain to another mother.
    Don't pay that remark "no never mind," as my Dad sometimes says. Most readers understood why you put that advisory in the title, and that you weren't trying to use click-bait to get more readers.

  • Apr 10

    If you're not actually regularly using the skills for the exam you want to take, then it's too much. Certification says that you are able to perform to the level of that particular skill/specialty, so you're legally liable should you choose to try to put that cert to work.

    I used to feel the same way but then I decided it was wiser (at least for me) to focus my certs on my specialty.

  • Apr 10

    If you're not actually regularly using the skills for the exam you want to take, then it's too much. Certification says that you are able to perform to the level of that particular skill/specialty, so you're legally liable should you choose to try to put that cert to work.

    I used to feel the same way but then I decided it was wiser (at least for me) to focus my certs on my specialty.


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