How are "older" grads accepted? - page 3
I've read here, several times, that "Nurses eat their young" and am hoping that this isn't the "norm" out there .... :) I am wondering tho, what the reaction is to the "older" grad nurse joining... Read More
Mar 18, '04Occupation: Pre-nursing Student Joined: Jan '04; Posts: 382; Likes: 10Quote from jnettebesides.... we "oldies" rock !!! :d
what could there possibly be not to like ? :chuckle
lolol of course we do! :chuckle ! hee hee hee
Mar 18, '04Joined: Mar '04; Posts: 5,926; Likes: 15Quote from jnetteWhat an incredible attitude you have!!! I am on my way to that thinking....Yeah, BABY !!! :chuckle
The older I get, the more vocal I get. Not that I would ever be purposely rude or crude... or insensitive. But I will and DO speak my mind anymore, and love that liberated feeling of not having to worry about all the "smalll stuff" ... "who's saying what about me"?
I frankly don't CARE !!! I've EARNED this state of mind !
It's wonderful to get to that point in life when you KNOW who you are, accept yourself with all the good AND bad, and just LIVE.
I enjoy taking the GOOD of every day, and leaving the rest behind for others to squabble over.
Mar 18, '04Occupation: Hospice Nurse Specialty: Rehab, Step-down,Tele,Hospice ; Joined: Sep '03; Posts: 355; Likes: 55I have never experienced this "eating of the young thing" although I have seen it happen to other students. I feel its all in how you present yourself.