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    Getting into nursing but have OCD

    I know I have thanked everyone before a couple of times but I am going to do it again. I didn't think that a forum thing like this could be so helpful and reassuring. I appreciate everything that everyone has said, you have all been very compassionate and supporting and I am thankful that I have found this website. You are all very nice people and I understand why you want to be nurses! Thank you all for all the kind words, I now have a better understanding of what I should expect in nursing school when it comes to my OCD. But anyway, thank you all for everything. :)
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    Getting into nursing but have OCD

    Thank you everyone for your great information! You are all very kind and supportive and I really appreciate it. I guess I am trying to really decide whether nursing is what I really want to do and if it truely is, I will not let my OCD change that. Considering I just thought about being a nurse like a month ago I really hope it is what I want haha. But again, thank you to everyone. Austin
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    Getting into nursing but have OCD

    thank you very much its good to hear that someone else is going through the same thing. good luck and i hope your ocd doesnt hold you back one bit:nuke:
  4. Hello, I was wondering if there are any other people out there that have moderate OCD and are in nursing school or are already a nurse? I was wondering if nursing school or nursing in general made your OCD worse or was it somewhat like exposure therapy? I want to be a nurse but I am worried that my OCD will make it hard or even stop me from doing it. Anything helps! thank you :)
  5. thank you again! i will do my best haha i just hope i like anatomy and stuff haha
  6. Thank you very much, you have been very helpful! :)
  7. Hey Those classes you took, are you able to take those even though you are not in the program? Cause I want to do my prerequisites then get on the wait list and then take patho, nutrition, and the math clinical calculations courses while i am on the wait list, is this possible?
  8. thats pretty close :) how was that campus?
  9. Hello, I was just wondering if anyone on here has attended front range community college westminster campus for nursing school? I might be going there sometime in the future and was wondering if anyone has good or bad things to say about it? I found a website online that says that it is in the top 25 best nursing schools in America, but I just wanted personal opinions. Thank you for any feedback :)
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    What do ment think of NS?

    Hey, I have heard alot about the difficulty of nursing school from alot of women but i have never heard it from a man. Do you guys think that nursing school was hard or easy or medium? Give details on what you thought was easiest and what you thought was hardest. I think getting good input from both sides of the spectrum would be beneficial. Thank you very much!
  11. Hello, I am very new to this forum and I hope I am not doing a stupid post or anything haha, I have been told off for bad posts on other non-nursing forums. But anyway, my name is austin and I have been taking classes at a community college just to get an associates in science but now I think I want to get into nursing. My mom is a nurse and I think it is pretty interesting. I was wondering what the prerequisites are for a bachelors in nursing cause I may go for that cause I have classes that apply to science but not to nursing. Should I go this road or should I try to get my associates and then go for a bachelors? Also, is it possible to take the none nursing classes like pathophysiology or nutrition while I am on the waiting list to get into nursing school, or do I have to take them while I am taking the nursing classes? Also, If I can take these classes while not in the nursing program, then I will be taking just the nursing classes and I have already covered the elective with my previous classes, anyway will this make the nursing process easier? and by how much? Thank you for any feedback, I am very nervous about getting into nursing haha. Thanks again :)