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Chasing Happiness

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7 years ago I started pre-requisites for a

BSN program part time while working full-

time and caring for my then 2yr old and 1

year old. Due to hardships of life and

becoming a single mother I stopped going

to school. I have struggled immensely but

never lost hope in pursuing my goals. I AM fighting

against poverty, I AM fighting against what statistics says about single mothers.. I AM fighting against my own self doubt and fear of failing out of this nursing program... I AM chasing happiness as I start my first day of Nursing School tomorrow... Are You? If you are a believer please say a prayer for me.. have a blessed day my fellow AN Family

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Congratulations!!! It's great to hear about someone starting this wonderful journey. Please always ask the people around you who you can trust for support. Nursing school gets hard. YouTube has a lot of great study videos, please utilize those and if you ever need to vent, this is a great place too.

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Congratulations!!! It's great to hear about someone starting this wonderful journey. Please always ask the people around you who you can trust for support. Nursing school gets hard. YouTube has a lot of great study videos, please utilize those and if you ever need to vent, this is a great place too.

Thank you so much. I'm sure YouTube will be of great help. I'm so excited and nervous to finally get things going. Have a great day

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Hello I will be starting LPN school on Jan 7, 2019! Im so excited!

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Hello I will be starting LPN school on Jan 7, 2019! Im so excited!

Congratulations ❤️❤️❤️ We got this

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My best wishes to you! In 2001 I got accepted to a BSN program. I never was able to start due to a domestic violence situation which destroyed my credit history, immigration status, and almost life. I thought I'd never recover. But I got a chance again - i just got admitted to MSN-CNL bridge program at the same university. :) Good luck!

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Good for you !!! I feel like understanding "survival mode " gives people a lot of character and helps with long term happiness. My friend and I were just talking about that, my mother went through the same thing with me. She pulled me and her out of poverty which gave me a much better chance in life. Just watching her move mountains helped me learn to do the same! You've got this !!!

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Ooh my goodness.. congratulations and I wish you nothing but the best ❤️

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Good for you !!! I feel like understanding "survival mode " gives people a lot of character and helps with long term happiness. My friend and I were just talking about that, my mother went through the same thing with me. She pulled me and her out of poverty which gave me a much better chance in life. Just watching her move mountains helped me learn to do the same! You've got this !!!

What an absolute blessing! I want to do the same for my kids

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My best wishes to you! In 2001 I got accepted to a BSN program. I never was able to start due to a domestic violence situation which destroyed my credit history, immigration status, and almost life. I thought I'd never recover. But I got a chance again - i just got admitted to MSN-CNL bridge program at the same university. :) Good luck!

Ooh my goodness.. congratulations and I wish you nothing but the best ❤️

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Good luck! I am applying to nursing school this year and you give me such inspiration! I truly wish the best for you!

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I got through nursing school (ASN) as a single mother, worked full time; then worked 2 jobs while doing BSN and MSN. My sons were grown and gone by the time MSN rolled around, but they are proud of my work ethic

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