I am a new grad RN in my fourth week of orientation on a med/surg unit. I'm at the point of thinking if this is going to work out! As time goes on it is getting harder for me to stay organized. I am having the most problems with getting the orders completed. I have lost so much confidence in the last week, that I think that I am never going to be able to "get it." I can't handle the idea of needing to accomplish a task and getting called away to to another. It's like trying to juggle 100 balls all at the same time. It's just not how my brain works! I had my meeting with my preceptor and director yesterday and was told that I need more confidence in myself and that they know I can do it....can someone please explain where I can get that confidence?? Anyway, I finally was at an emotional breaking point during that meeting and sobbed like a baby (my preceptor even started crying)! They said I am going to be a good nurse, but I just need to believe in myself! Even after the meeting, they are letting me advance to my new shift (which will be on nights) and giving me two weeks of extra orientation. I just wanted to see if anyone out there has advice for me because I really want to stick it out, but the stress is starting to take a toll on me emotionally and physically. Thanks!