Hello everyone,I am currently a nursing student and have 8 years of medical assisting experience under my belt. As a medical assistant I was always paranoid when I would administer any kind of injection or medication even after 8 years of doing it. For example when I would give a Bicillin I would triple check the medicine, the patient, allergies, injection site, etc. I would have 2 different coworkers check after me. I mean I would be so paranoid that after giving it I would think about it for hours and question if I gave it in the right location? Did I inject too fast? Was the person in pain because of the medicine or my doing? It's like I am a prisoner of my own thoughts. Don't get me wrong I love being overly cautious because it prevents medical errors. I am not a careless person by nature. But I am starting to feel like I am coming off as unconfident (to staff and to patients) and am driving myself crazy at home after work. As a nurse I know this will get worst due to the bigger scope of practice and responsibility. At the hospital I rotate at I see nurses give medication without a second thought (obviously after doing the rights of med administration). How do I get confident enough to not doubt my abilities? Advice?