I'm not sure what you are asking. But here I am speaking for my self.
Let me start with saying that there's no other profession in the world where the total needs and well being of a person is in your hands before anyone else's. That's why you first see a nurse in the ER. Not a doctor. We are the ones doing the initial assessments. We are the eyes and ears and brains before doctors touch.
Our knowledge is extensive and covers physical and psychosocial well being and so much more. You are the first to deal with patients who have vomited, have diarrhea, pain, fall, fall with a fracture, allergies, admissions, discharges. And the moment between life and death, yes that's us nurses. That's my everyday!
You are the main bridge between the sick and his physician. If that doesn't burden you at times of frustration when all of the above mentioned things are occurring then I don't know. Somehow these situations i tackle everyday make me strong and it builds confidence for me. For those nurses with personality disorders this can easily become narcissism.
I know that no one else can do what I do as a nurse. Remember nursing is not for everyone. A mechanic does not go to school and take responsibility of sick patients lives. My everyday, every minute, every second thinking at work saves lives. Everyday I am learning something new. Everyday!
I love nursing. I am proud of my title.