One of the pre-reqs I'm plodding through is Psych101, and my mind got to wandering as we dealt with Learning & Conditioning today.
Prior to deciding on this change of life-path, I Hated needles. Gritted my teeth and refused to look when blood was drawn. But now that I know it's going to be part of the job, I've started watching. It Is So Cool!
My question is: Has your attitude to being stuck and/or having blood drawn from you changed from the time to before you entered Nursing to today? Or do you still despise it when it's being done to you? Or did it never bother you in the first place?
Enquiring students want to know. And since I'm a freshman, I can also be lied to by any poser that comes along
Jun 10, '09
Does not bother me to see it or do it. I do not watch when I'm the recipient, though. MUCH better to give than receive. I've never liked it and never will, no matter how many times I go to the doctor or donate blood, or whatever. Nope, nope, nope.
Last edit by ElvishDNP on Jun 10, '09