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Thankful to be Working on Christmas

Has 27 years experience. Specializes in Clinical Leadership, Staff Development, Education.

To maintain my sobriety, I must live in gratitude. Tonight, I am grateful for my job and the opportunity to care for those in need. I am also present for my family and loved ones. What are you especially grateful for this holiday season?

catsmeow1972, BSN, RN

Has 15 years experience. Specializes in OR.

I am grateful that I have the family support that many others don't. I am grateful that I have a mom and dad that regularly remind me that I did nothing wrong and I don't deserve this and that I will always be a nurse no matter how hard the state of Flori-duh tries to kick it out of me.

I am grateful that I only have one more holiday season of dealing with this BS and that God (or the deity of your choice) willing, on Christmas of 2019, this stuff will be behind me by 6 months and I will have the sheer thrill of telling someone that I'll cover thier Christmas Day so they can see thier kids open gifts (we do it all on Christmas Eve in my family, it's just a thing)

J.Adderton, BSN, MSN

Has 27 years experience. Specializes in Clinical Leadership, Staff Development, Education.

Happy hour would not end well for me.

J.Adderton, BSN, MSN

Has 27 years experience. Specializes in Clinical Leadership, Staff Development, Education.

Nice thought to cover someone's Christmas

dirtyhippiegirl, BSN, RN

Has 8 years experience. Specializes in PDN; Burn; Phone triage.

Grateful to just be sober. Life isn't totally perfect but I am in a much better place than I was four years ago. I probably wouldn't even be alive if I'd continued down the path my drinking was leading me along.

Wizard 1

Has 12 years experience. Specializes in ER, ICU/CCU, Open Heart OR Recovery, Etc.

I am grateful to be clean, to be able to eat anything I want without having to worry, and to be able to not have to worry about getting caught diverting. I am also grateful to be able to run a successful small business (not in nursing).

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