It is sad that sometimes we, nurses, don't receive the same respect our patients and their relatives accord to other members of the health care team especially doctors. We care the same way they care for you. Sometimes, even more.
We spend our lives trying to control the things around us. And in a heartbeat, something or someone reminds us that we're not really in control.
Relationships (for them to work & last) require openness, communication, and honesty. Sometimes, even compromise and sacrifice from both parties.
There's the illusion that the world exists in black and white.
In 1945, Sir Alexander Fleming, physician and researcher who discovered penicillin, warned that “the person playing with penicillin treatment is morally responsible for the death of the man who finally succumbs to infection with the penicillin-resistant organism.” Today, we are witnesses to Fleming’s prediction rapidly unfolding as a global reality and disaster. The introduction of … Continue reading The war on bugs
UP shouldn't have control over your life decisions especially the career path you wish to take. Post-graduate studies are not considered RS. But as long as the RSA is fulfilled, I see no reason for UP to hold one's requirements to just to make sure that you're taking another health course. I find it unjust … Continue reading On the RSA…
Some relationships just don't work especially when you think you've exhausted all means possible. You get tired most especially when your love isn't reciprocated. You get tired giving without receiving.