I currently work as a caregiver in an assisted living facility, I've worked there for about two months, but worked in another one before that for about 6. I'm currently in school to become a nurse. I'm having a huge problemthough.I am so constantly afraid of making medication errors. We have the paper MARS still at our facility, and I feel like it is so easy to make a mistake with them. I have never made a medication error yet, but I get so paranoid about making one still. Sometimes I will go back and check then double check to make sure that I gave a medication correctly, will have someone else check to make sure, and even still come home and just worry and worry. Tonight for example, we have a woman in our facility that we take her blood pressure every night. I don't usually do her medication, so I was being extra cautious. He blood pressure was really high, so I made a note for the next shift to recheck it later and gave her all her medication that she needed for the night and left. I mentioned it to another older more experience caregiver, and she said that the medication that I gave her had a blood pressure pill in it so it should be okay. For some reason, I'm freaking out and worried that I didn't give her her blood pressure medication. I know I did, I signed for all the medicines that were due at that time and gave her all the ones that were there to give during that time, but I am sitting at home almost sick with worry! There have been times where I have made a fool of myself by calling the facility and asking the shift after me to double check that I did certain things right, and I don't want to do it again!I can't go on like this obviously, what do I do?