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HelpfulNatureHopeful

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  1. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    When it comes to what career I want to spend the rest of my life doing, it is what I like. And yes treating all patients equally is part of the job. I don’t know why you think I wouldn’t treat them all the same. Cool thanks!
  2. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    Cool so in that case med school would be the right route. I don’t know for sure if it’s what I want to do but I enjoy it for now. I’ll just see where my ambition takes me 🥰 #Womencandoittoo
  3. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    It’s not fame I’m after. I like learning but I like hands on too. Research seems boring. I’ve been volunteering doing autopsies and I’ve found I really enjoy it. They basically let me do everything, from washing the body, to photography, X-ray, dissection, and sewing them back up. It has definitely been the most meaningful volunteer work I’ve done. (And my hand doesn’t cramp SUPER bad when I sew anymore! That’s the worst part).
  4. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    Depends on how good of a surgeon you are. It’s amazing how good you can be when you don’t waste time with the silliness most people do, sports, going out to clubs and drinking, etc. People waste so much of their lives, when if they focused on academics and professional life they would be amazed at what they could accomplish. Daddy once told me “if there was a “hell” it would be when the person you became met the person you could have become if you had been more devoted.” It really stuck with me.
  5. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    And I understand that. But some jobs are more replaceable than others. It’s much harder to find a Neil Degrasse Tyson than a janitor. Even if janitors are a basic necessity, it doesn’t require the dedication and drive to be a janitor that it does to be a physicist. It doesn’t mean being a janitor makes you a bad person, or unworthy of anything, but janitors seldom make the history books. We’re all trying to achieve self actualization.
  6. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    I don’t expect that. Respect has to be earned. I want to be one of the best.
  7. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    So are astronauts just other people? How about researchers? Is a top chef like Gordon Ramsey and a waiter or waitress equivalent positions? If all jobs are equal then why would anyone strive for greatness?
  8. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    I live in Wyoming, it sucks here. Too conservative. I’m originally from Oregon.
  9. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    Typical one room one bath here is about 600$ but I also help out.
  10. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    I pay him rent. Hardly what I call him putting a roof over my head. Rents due first of the month, 400$...
  11. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    Uh my dad doesn’t pay for anything for me. And I’ve been on my own since I was 17. He made it on his own and always insisted I do everything on my own. It builds character. I can also change my own oil and so many other things most women need a man to do. A true feminist doesn’t need a man to take care of her.
  12. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    He says the opposite. He says “physicians have allowed mid level creep and allow hospitals to make them just another “member of the team”. I enjoyed my career in medicine, but if I was a young adult today, there’s no way I would choose medicine. Too much has changed.” And he says the medical lobby could take some notes from the nursing lobby, and stand their ground, rather than allowing themselves to be cowed.
  13. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    Does anyone have a link to studies showing results of witchcraft practices? If there are some that have data backing them I would definitely be interested. Surgeons have not earned their titles? They are probably the most difficult hospital staff to replace, and require the most education and training. Not to say all staff isn’t important, from the head management of the hospital to the janitorial staff,but the Surgeon is like the the lead singer, and you have your back up vocals, dancers, etc. It takes a whole team but surgeons are definitely the stars of the show. And no, my daddy supports me. He just suggested that I look into nurse practitioner, he says being an MD is no longer worth it the way medicine is going, but if I choose to go the medical school route he still supports me.
  14. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    Weed cures cancer. Cures everything actually.
  15. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Witchcraft resurgence

    Like I said previously, I did not realize people were still witches in the 21st century. Religion as a whole seems to be becoming somewhat obsolete I would assume because of science. I am fascinated with the practices of witchcraft! I totally get the natural remedies etc, but what is the necessity of turquoise stones in the spell I posted? What would happen if other stones were used? How do you test whether the spells work when it is something like luck? Does your luck turn around enough to where it’s just completely obvious?
  16. HelpfulNatureHopeful

    Plant-based (vegan) mandate for NY hospitals

    Uhmmm we have like LABs these days... and they can make it. From bacteria.
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