Someone asks me a question, I get this blankness in my head. Especially when explaining or talking. This effects me daily and it's not from anxiety.
I really don't know how my statement is going to come out when talking or writing. I just start, and from there, I figure it out. I can't think of the words my sentence is going to have . I can't think of what I'm going to say.
So, how can I be a nurse when I have brain fog all the time? I don't know. I guess I'm going to have to try my very hardest and see a speech pathologist or something.
If I'm asked what the urethra does
First I'll say "Urine"
Second, "Urine comes out of it"
Third, I'll say "urine leaves the body through the urethra"
"What is a crop"
First, "bird's have crops"
Second "They store food"
Third" Birds need alot of energy so they need a crop to store food"
If you guys say I can't be a nurse because of this, well I can't for anything else either then... I'm trying my very hardest and best. I'm not giving up.
Just wondering if anyone else has this, and if there are ways to get through school with it. I finished most of my prerequisites, including Micro, and A & P 1. Both A's, it's just that I have this problem with language ugh.
My family always goes to me for advice, I am really good at giving advice and explaining whats good and whats not. I guess like a counselor... I do explain certain things very well, just don't know why this happens for other things.
I still don't know whats going to come out of my mouth when I'm about to speak though.