This is my first time posting on this site, I hope I am doing it right ahh!Anyways I currently just work at a kids creche living pay check to pay check and nursing has always been something I have thought of doing. And people have told me I would make a good nurse because I'm caring and friendly, and one of my mums friends even went to say once that I have a super calming presence. Anyway not to sound self obsessed but I think I could be a good nurse because of that and I want to be a nurse for those reasons. However I do have generalised anxiety and panic disorder. And in turn get super flustered at times. I am a people person in the sense I am friendly but I'm also shy and introverted. And because of these reasons I am filled with so much doubt that I should pursue nursing. 1) I am scared me getting flustered could cause me to make an error that could cost a life as sometimes it is hard for me to calm down and focus. 2) As I am an introvert I am scared of burnout and resenting everyone/ my job. 3) Off topic I get wheezy very easily. (My dad had a keyhole surgery recently and as we were watching the dressing being taken off I had to leave the room as my vision blurred and I heard ringing) If I cant handle that how am I gonna handle wounds etc???Anyway I guess the point of all this rambling is to see if anyone else has had similar obstacles but has been able to pursue a career in nursing?Also one other question (total props to you if you have all of read this), in Australia we have Enrolled Nurses and RN (I think in America Enrolled nurses are called LPN's? Correct me if I'm wrong). Anyways do Enrolled nurses have a lot less responsibility/ stress in their day to day jobs as they can't administer medications? Maybe that would be a better option for me?