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I love being able to let my creative side take control. There’s so many instances in life where we have to stay in a box or stay inside the lines sort of speak. Many people use writing as a tool to help decompress or as a way to communicate with the world about what’s going inside their realm. Just being able to get the thoughts out on paper can bring things to reality.
I would have to agree with the point you made stating, “to express myself without constraints,” I too sometimes with certain assignments having too many guidelines. I get bogged down trying to focusing on the length of the paper, etc. I’m looking forward to testing my skills and limits as we move forward in this English class.
Hi Brendon, it’s nice to meet you. That’s something that I don’t know if many people can say that about the work they do, purpose. I think having a purpose, having that drive to be better, to do better. Not better than anyone else but to benefit your personal growth and to give back to the greater good. I am personally so passionate about the work that we embark on everyday working as front line workers as LNAs. Developing some skills we have, making them better or exploring and learning brand new skills to bring to the table, that we’ve never had before. For that, I think becoming, transforming into a good nurse is exceptionally profound.
Hi Stephanie, it’s a pleasure to meet you. I admire you for chasing your dreams and dreaming big with great inspiration. I have been a LNA for many years and its a definitely a great foundation to having while becoming a nurse. Thank you for sharing your, “Why.”
I try to put myself in their position, it must feel scary to be to suffer from such a disorder. Imagine it being very isolating.