Well for me I was diagnosed with type I diabetes at the age of 9. Growing up and being in and out of the hospital over the years I know the difference a good nurse can make. In my opinion doctors are amazing and definitely necessary, however you can't always fix someone and when that happens it becomes more about making them comfortable. About a year ago my insulin pump had a problem overnight and I ended up with ketoacidosis and in the hospital, because the ketoacidosis they put me on an insulin drip and therefore I had to be in the ICU. All the nurses loved me and said I was definitely not the typical ICU patient as I came into the hospital from work in jeans, high heels, and a tank top. I realized as I got better and would roam the halls of the ICU that the typical patients in there were not the easy patients to deal with. Those nurses have an incredibly hard job and for me the way they treated me even after all they had to deal with just impressed me so much. I know a lot of people say ICU is a hard place to work and while I don't want to start there, I think that is where I would like to end up. A lot of those people in there are never going to get out, and sometimes it is just about making them enjoy those moments they have.