One Year Later...
- 12Jan 31 by HunnieBadgerIt's been one year since my confrontation, the best and worst moment of my career. The journey has been an enlightening one thus far and I have learned so much about my own character and strength since that fateful day. I miss the ER, but I love my Dialysis center now and the patients are wonderful as well. I never would've imagined myself where Im at a year ago. I am proud of all the nurses here and thankful for the kind words and wisdom in this forum. Two more years and my contract is up, but I will remain forever changed as a nurse. My hope is to work my way into administration and be the hope and second chance that so many of us deserve. Another positive that has come from my addiction. Thanks for being the shoulder to cry on and the kind ears to listen.
- 3Feb 1 by sallyrnrrti am truly a better nurse for my experiences they were sorrid, long, bumpy , devastating, decades long, but with recovery first, i was able to navigate, survive, and complete, and have so much to give today, and it is better, truly a quality better than before, bless all of us on this journey
- 3Feb 1 by VivaLasViejas, ASN, RN GuideHunniebadger, you have grown SO much over the past year! You've accepted responsibility for your actions and worked hard to become both a better nurse and a better person....and I for one am very proud of you. Keep up the GREAT work!!