So who is going to rescue you when you're Mom's gone? You have to decide for yourself how you want
your own life to be. Trust me, there is no future for you if you constantly quit everything that may be a
little difficult. Nursing school is hard, life is hard sometimes too. By the time I was 19, I was married,
a full time nursing student and worked as a Nursing Technician 24 hrs a week. I just knew there was
always something better out there that I deserved, but realized that I had to work to get it. Nothing is
free in this life, and your Mom is doing you a disservice to you by allowing you to not do anything you
think is hard!
You MUST work as a CNA before spending thousands on tuition, and quitting when the going gets
tough. If you decide Nursing is just not your thing, decide what you DO want to do.
I am very lucky to have had a career that lasted me 34 years, I love my job even today, as long as
I have been a Nurse, I'm 56 years old, don't see myself retiring any time soon!
Find something you love, and go for it!