I may have landed an interview with a company I would like to be a part of. The problem is that before I became a nurse, I was a patient of this particular company. There are definitely stereotypes and I'm not sure if I should be honest and tell them that even though its been years since I was a patient and my life is so totally different or if I should avoid it or not admit to it. My fear is that the people I am interviewing with may remember but I have to say I was the model patient and never caused a problem or missed an appointment. I believe in this model and want to be apart of it because of my personal experience- this program saved my life and made it possible for me to be what I am today and I want to be involved and a part of doing that for others. What do you think?