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  • 29

    The problem is, we are no longer allowed the time we need ....to be the nurse we all want to be.
    Health care is now a corporate money maker. Nurses are the commodity that make money for big business.

    I never hated nursing, I hate that the corporate masters have taken it over.

  • 23

    I use it Every. Single. Time I don't get my full 30 minute break.

    My employer had better "offer it as an option," because the federal Dept of Labor requires that they do.

  • 17

    Just once I'd like to read a thread by some pre-nursing butterfly who's dream job is to be a really good med-surg nurse.

    Enough already with the NICU/PICU/OB princesses.

  • 16

    Oh no! That sounds terrifying ....like that time a shark bit me and dragged me to the bottom of the sea. Luckily, I learned to breathe underwater and made friends with a mermaid who helped me back to dry land.

  • 15

    Most of the nurses I work with don't have the balls to do it. They work through their lunch breaks, day in and day out, without compensation.

    I am baffled that labor laws do not apply to the nursing profession.

  • 14

    I like nursing (still too early to decide if I truly love it) and I like what I theoretically do as a nurse.

    I'm not so fond of the conditions I'm attempting to achieve my nursing goals in.

    Many come here to vent - it's therapeutic for us and gives us a chance to find new ways to cope with the high levels of stress many are functioning under. Not as many people feel the need to start a thread just to say "I love my job". I think they call it confirmation bias? Can't remember.

    If nursing is what you want to do, then keep doin what you do. Just don't come in thinking everything is calm, amazing, NCLEX-WORLD nursing.


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