I have just started back in school and I'm thinking nursing might be the right choice for me. I just want to make sure that before I take the dive into nursing I am making the right choice.
The thing that got me started on this was my best friend. She just finished her nursing program and when I went to her pinning ceremony I felt very touched by the whole thing.
I like the idea of helping people every day, not sitting at a desk all day, and scrubs
look oh so comfortable. Once you get into nursing, is it as rewarding as I invision it to be? I really want a sense that I have in some small or large way made a postive impact in a persons life.
The thing I am most worried about is that I will spend years of schooling and money to specialize in something that I will not end up enjoying. I also have a slightly weak stomach when it comes to certain things and I don't want to be passing out on people. I have heard from a few other nurses that once you get into the field things like this will pass and I will get used to it.
Thanks for any feed back you are able to give.