How did I become responsible for everyone else? - page 2
Before I even start in on this, I know the answer to my question....it is my own fault. I have a hard time saying "no" to people, especially when they are my friends, and I am watching them struggle... Read More
May 10, '04Occupation: ER RN Specialty: ER,ICU,L&D,OR,ETC ; Joined: May '01; Posts: 5,588; Likes: 566My wife made that easy for me
absolutely no tutoring of younger females in my classes
May 10, '04Occupation: Medical Assistant Joined: Apr '04; Posts: 60I say help them, but only on YOUR terms, not theirs!! Just be firm and say, I can do the review at this day, this, time, this location....period. If they really need your help that bad they will re-arrange their schedules. If not, too bad, it is their problem! I know we need to learn team work in nursing school. But teamwork is everyone pitching in where they can, not one person doing all of the work. :angryfire
May 10, '04Occupation: RN, MS home health Joined: Aug '02; Posts: 7,472; Likes: 49N O spells no. Keep saying it until your fine with it. My mom told me that, I told my kids that and now I am sharing it with you. Your hands will be full enough.
Nice of you to try to help other people,