As I was reading one of the posts about this nurse's first encounter of a patient demise and how she couldnt control her emotions and started crying, I became curious of the following:
1. How did you handle such a situation, demise of a patient you cared?
2. Did you cry? If you cried, did you go to a private place and cry while controlling yourself in front of others? If you did not cry, what was your feeling at that time?
While I usually do not cry, I believe I would cry if I am deeply affected emotionally but in a private place (I guess it is the male thing in me...lol)
Want to hear your thoughts/comments....
[QUOTE=teeituptom;2291935]I do not cry
maybe if they closed my favorite Golf Course
outside of that never
men dont cry[/QUOTE
Well, tee..i'm married to a real man..have been with him for 23 yrs.........he has cried at the birth of our children, at the death of close ones,all the while being there for his wife and children, supporting , nurturing doing the Real man thing!!
No, he would not cry at the drop of a hat, movies do not move him as they do me, but with deeply personal stuff, yes REAL MEN CRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(oh also my daddy...anything hurting his kiddos, injustice to wee ones..he has tears of frustration....and he is whats termed a hard guy!)
get a heart tee!
And roy...that picture..heartwrenching!
Last edit by danissa on Jul 10, '07
: Reason: add
Hell I teared up a little just reading Roy's link from his thank you card.
4 yrs Army, was a carpenter and machanic, 6'1" 220lbs--hunt, fish eer, eer eer<-----Tim Allen grunts:spin:.
I tear up all the freaking time, Actually cry though...very rare...but it does happen.
Real men DO cry, just not very often.
P.S---I have been on here for awhile now and got to say, ROY- I love those Pics from Iron Madien, I saw Bruce Dickensen (on a solo tour) while in Germany. It was a little bar in Frankfort--wow that ROCKED.
Last edit by tgb3rn on Jul 10, '07
: Reason: ADDED crap about Bruce:-)