So I know this is a broad question, but seriously, what is nursing really like?
Looking past all the girls posting cute pics in their promoted scrubs on Instagram, what is nursing really like?
like day to day, are you constantly cleaning up poop? bathing patients? inserting catheters? lifting your patients and almost breaking your back in the process?
People always talk about the bad side of nursing in a very general way, but I want to hear the absolute worst of it. Like why do so nurses say they cry in the parking lot before their shift?
is it really that bad? and if so, tell me the REAL reason why..
thanks in advanced