Hey everyone. So I'm 24 and I've been on this nursing school journey since I was about 19-20. I've had a couple set backs and I've been in and out of college a few times. I know that I love babies. I know that I want my career to be taking care of babies and aiding them in their time of need. I know for sure that I want to be a neonatal nurse. Knowing what I want to do isn't the problem. The problem is staying motivated and encouraged throughout the process. Every time I attempt my science pre reqs, I always get discouraged and just give up all together. Certain sciences just don't interest me. If im being honest I could care less about mitochondria, etc. Certain sciences like biology and microbiology reallyyyyyyy just bore me. But I want to know, does this mean I shouldn't pursue nursing? Does this mean I wont be a good nurse? Right now I'm at the point where im tired of taking breaks from school. I want to stay focused on my end goal and finally get my RN. But its so hard when I easily become discouraged and doubtful. Can anyone give me some advice on how I can stay motivated and encouraged? Really any advice would be great right now.