Cold Feet? Or is Nursing just not for me? I started taking prereqs full time this January, after being in various jobs for the past 5 years since high school. Everywhere else I have worked (law firms, retail, restaurants) a nursing career has always been in the back of my mind, nagging at me. I never started school before because whenever I would look at the prerequs and wait lists, I would get so discouraged and not even go for it. Now, I have finally started classes, with the intention of starting LPN school in the fall, and then continuing on to get my ADN.My classes thus far have been going well (English, Body Structure & Function, Nutrition, and Math for Nurses), and I have a 4.0 gpa. I am a good student, and I know that I can study and get good grades.This past week, I have really started to worry about this plan. Am I really going to be a nurse? Is nursing a good match for me? I'm getting terrified that this is all going to be one big mistake. I have been so worried about this, that I can not function and focus like I should be, I feel physically ill and sick to my stomach, and I just burst out in tears because I don't know how to make this decision. Worrying about nursing is taking over my life. I read everything I can about nursing, and spend tons of time here on the website reading about other nurses experiences...but I can't get that feeling I want of "YES! Nursing is for me, and I'm going to give it 100%". I keep searching for something encouraging, but I feel like backing out and saying this is not for me. How am I really suppoused to know? I'd hate to give up if this is something that I could be good at, but I'd hate it even more if I kept going and completed the program and decided that nursing was not for me.Has anyone gone through this? Any advice or suggestions?