Whatever the reasoning, I am proud and grateful for having him in my life not only as a father, bu... ... middle of paper ... ... was the first time I had tasted real defeat, or any defeat for that matter. As I approached my parents, expecting them to be disappointed for not winning first place, my father glared at me with the illustrious smile that I knew so well and said, “Good job son. Proud of what you did. Keep it up.” What more could you ask of a father? Having a stable parental foundation is crucial in raising a healthy child.
The parents played a significant role in “The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down”. They ultimately wanted what was best for their daughter however their idea of what proper treatment was did not always match with the doctor’s recommendations. Initially, the parents were allowed to be the official caretakers of their child. They brought her to the hospital when she needed medical attention, and brought her back home once she received treatment. However they were deemed “noncompliant” by the doctors at the hospital, when they failed to administer the proper dosages and medications to Lia at home.
My parent’s have also given me strong values and morals that will help me in the future. Despite some insecurities, deep down I know that I am capable of anything. My journey of self-exploration will allow make me into an amazing helper in the human services field. My self-awareness will open new doors for me and will allow me to have a successful life in my future
I chose this profession because I have a real heart and passion for people. I knew that nursing would be hard and not as glorious and ivory towered as we all imagine (and hope for). However, I never imagined that I would have to change my thought process completely to learn how to care for a patient. Nursing students should have a sound understanding of the logic, rationale and
I desired a career that would define who I am and a career that is self-gratifying. However, the path that I should follow was unclear to me. Because of my uncertainty I failed to see that my parents dream became my reality. As I began my college experience as a nursing student, I felt somewhat out of place. I realized that my reason for majoring in nursing was my parents' influence on me.
When people are asked why they want to become a nurse, they usually respond with an answer similar to, “It is just something I have always wanted to do”. However for myself, this was not the case. When reflecting on why I aspire to become a nurse, my answer resides in the rapidly growing job safety that the nursing career has to offer and the opportunity for specialization within this vast occupation. The leading factor that pulled me into nursing was the excessive amount of awaiting opportunities and advancements that are to be had once you obtain a baccalaureate degree in nursing. When making the decision for your career path, it is crucial to choose a course of study that ignites your interests and passion.
Who am I? I would say I am a hardworking, dependable and committed individual I try my hardest in everything, even if I 'm not good at it or don’t know a thing about it. I am always willing to give it a shot and get out there and learn something new. My motivation to move forward with my career would be my family because they have always been there for me and want to see me succeed in life and I want to show them that they can have faith in me to be the best that I can be and be proud of me for trying to succeed in my career. The things I value the most would be my schooling because, without schooling, I wouldn 't be able to be in the health science and try and become a nurse, schooling to me is everything, especially being in the nursing program you
I didn’t quite know what exactly I wanted to do; I just knew I wanted to help people. After receiving my certification I had finally made my mind up, I wanted to be a Registered Nurse. There were quite a few days I just wanted to give up, but I didn’t because I knew in the end it would all be worth it. I am beyond proud of myself for accomplishing these goals, I not only made myself proud but I also made my mom and my dad proud and that’s all I wanted to do. This was a life changing experience for me, and it taught me so many different things.
Until that point in my life, those reasons were good enough for me to become a physician. However, after my aunt passed away, I started wondering if my reasons for wanting to become a physician were genuinely good enough, or if I could become the kind of physician who puts his patients above all else. I struggled with that question. Then I realized that instead of asking myself why I want to become a doctor, I should be envisioning the doctor I should become. I should be a doctor who values a patient’s emotional stability over my financial stability, particularly if I want to be not only well-respected but also well-trusted in the community.
After receiving negative statements such as, “both fields are completely different” and “having both will not help you get far in life,” I am more than ever determined to pursue my degree in nursing and public health. I will not only prove them wrong, but also prove to myself that I have what it takes to get to where I want to be. Eventually, I would like to share my knowledge with others, further encourage, and instill the belief that discouragement can be turned into motivation and drive to succeed. Based on these features listed above, I am proven to be as honorable and hardworking as a nurse practitioner. From the beginning of high school to further continuing my education through my years in college, it definitely has brought me a tremendous experience of a lifetime.