I am a high school math teacher and somedays when I am done with the school day, I am beat. I have nothing left to give my own family. It is not like that everyday but somedays in addition by friday for sure, I am whipped I can hardly do anything else except fall into the bed asleep. That sounds horrible doesn't it.
I was wondering if nursing was the same way, by the end of your work week are you so whipped you can hardly do anything with anyone else?
I know different parts of nursing are different, but the nurses that respond are you pooped out on a daily basis after work, are you pooped out ( I mean pooooped, like you can hardly do anything) after a work week. Or after doing the nursing job, do you still have energy after work to do other things?
Just wondering on the quality of life nursing provides. I have very little energy after teaching high school all day, I don't know if it is where I teach or the subject that I teach, or I know other teachers feel the same.