Seems like life has come full circle.
I started nursing school
due to the experience of my son who was a nicu baby. He was a 27 weeker and was pretty ill with brain bleeds galore and more. Long story short- I decied to become a nurse-NOT NICU-though I wouldn't be able to handle it. I was going to be an ED nurse. Here I am an RN (new grad) and applying for jobs. I get this job and walk out happy (a ccu position.) I walk out of the hospital and my phone shows a message. It was from the local county hospital concerning a NICU position.
All at once I knew where I was supposed to be. I knew that the NICU was my way to pay back all the wonderful nurses who were there for us. It just clicked. I go in for the interview tomorrow and can't wait.
My question is.... how do you seperate or tolerate the losses?