For some strange reason a lot of people don't want to believe that there are instructors from hell or those that may have it in for certain students. Well I beg to differ, first of all instructors are people first with all of their weaknesses and emotional as well as psychological baggage; then they are instructors. I can say this because the whole time I was at a particular nursing school I was harrased from day one and treated blatantly different from other students. However, not to sound religious or anything but the bible tells that those who live godly in Christ will suffer persecution. Often times when people are different from us all we have problems with them including myself. I was very quiet and minded my own business. I studied alone and did not run with the crowd. Although, many of my classmates would and could testify that the majority of the staff had personal issues with me. From Fundamentals on up to when they failed me by not allowing me to go to clinicals for peds and psych I had been persecuted. In addition, every semester before new instructors had ever met me personally they knew my name. My husbanad and I had sat down with the dept chair of the program on one occasion trying to discuss the matter. Things were okay that semester but they got worse and worse every semester thereafter. I ended up filing a complaint with the state board of nursing, the dept of education and sought legal counsel. I found out that this nursing program had been on probation once in the not so distant pass and on this very website they have a reputation of doing these sort of things with particular students. My attorney wanted me to contact other students who had previously attended to try to find out what the common thread was/is. So to sum it up the very field of nursing is a battle of good and evil because Jesus died so that people could be healed but satan uses people to keep them in bondage; so my experience as a CNA for the past 13 yrs has revealed to me that often times nurses are unaware of how satan is using them to hinder God's work here on earth, and many students and nurses alike forget that nursing is not a job it is a ministry. Looking back at Florence Nightengales work, she nursed from a heart of compassion, a divine call, and a willing God -like spirit. Many are called but few are chosen!