What would you think if...? - page 2
Well, first I would like to say hello to you all :spin: I'm new here. My question is how would you take it if your instructor described you as "joyful and strong willed"? Will you take it as a... Read More
Oct 3, '07Occupation: CRRN, now a case management RN Specialty: Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych ; From: US ; Joined: Feb '05; Posts: 38,032; Likes: 69,287Quote from MesomorphWhat does obesity have to do with anything? Fools come in all shapes and sizes under the sun. The slender jerk might be healthier and have the more attractive body than the fat jerk, but a jerk is still nothing but a jerk at the end of the day (regardless of his/her degree of thinness or plumpness).The lady was obese, ignorant, and rude. lol.
Oct 3, '07Occupation: Registered Nurse Specialty: Medical-Oncology ; Joined: Mar '07; Posts: 60; Likes: 20Quote from TnightingaleI think you NEED to be strong-willed to last for any length of time in the nursing profession. Besides, we need as many "joyful" people as we can get on the floor!Well, first I would like to say hello to you all :spin: I'm new here.
My question is how would you take it if your instructor described you as "joyful and strong willed"? Will you take it as a compliment or insult? I think I'm a little confused because "strong willed" was one of the words used when she was describing the class trouble maker . Please help. Future LVN in need of a diagnosis.