You know you're a CNA when....
You want to bathe your elderly relatives, even though they are alert and independent.
You want to use a gait belt to stabilize everyone who just tripped, limped, or paced, while out in the real world.
You outomatically percieve other elderly people that you see at the grocery store as demented individuals, whom might have a catastrophic reaction while you are there.
You constantly think about measuring your own I&O for a week or so, just to see if you intake is greater than out output. LOL!
You treat your granparents as if they were your residents. The "I can do it myself!" phrase all of a sudden has no truth in it anymore.
You want to take the vital signs of all your friends and family who state that their head hurts, or that they feel sick.