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A difficult learning experience

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SHGR is a MSN, RN, CNS and specializes in nursing education.

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After being a nurse for almost two decades, I felt ready to continue on to get my MSN. However, I needed an attitude adjustment first. I now have a new appreciation for the nursing theorists- the thinkers, the philosophers of our profession- as well as a more humble spirit. You are reading page 3 of A difficult learning experience. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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Thanks for the inspiration as I prepare to begin the next course toward my BSN. I too have suffered the godliness disease. I thought the informatics class would be a breeze since I have a BS in systems analysis. Then I thought the gerontological nursing class would be easy since I've done LTC and home care. got Be in both of them because I didn't take the work seriously. Next class...heath care delivery...can't be cocky there!

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This is such a great story and love because I actually start my MSN program tomorrow so I felt like I was reading my own thoughts! Thank you of your insight, learning experience and your true honesty! It is a breath of fresh air especially in today's culture where most people are self-centered! This article gave me hope for myself and my next three years of graduate school! Thanks again!

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Hey_suz, your write-up was great and heart-felt. For me, it confirmed that life-long learning is not a fad. I also found myself humbled after I started my MSN program. :)

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