I have always known I wanted to be in the healthcare field, but I do not think I was one-hundred percent sure in what capacity I would fulfill those aspirations. Would I become a physician, a nurse, a therapist, or an administrative support personnel? At one time during my journey, I did reach my goal or at least part of it. I became a medical assistant in 1994, and now I am pursuing a Health Service Management
I had always dreamed of becoming a teacher since I was a little girl, at this moment my dreams were different. Going through this experience with the knowledge I had previously gained, changed my thoughts about my future career. I was now inspired to be a nurse, a nurse practitioner to be exact. I see how my courage to handle this maturely and confidently helped my father feel comfortable with me assisting him. I had never been placed in this situation of having to actually put forth my skills, but thankfully for this experience, I came to realization of what my future profession was truly supposed to be.
John: When you put it like that it seems like a bit of hyperbole on my part, but I still believe that there is a relation with testosterone levels and these behaviors which can give men an advantage in many facets in the workplace. Socrates: Well I understand the importance of those aspects, but is there a sense that you might be overlooking how many females also share these attributes but may not be give the same opportunities afforded to males? And that these lacks of opportunities arises from more social factors. John: I should concede that could be an equally compelling argument for the disparity of gender in workplace. But I feel like there are other trends observed which still maintain my original position.
Fearful of how my mother would react I was reluctant to tell her, but when I gained the courage the overwhelming support reassured my doubts. My ambition in life has always been extraordinary since I was never doubted nor told I couldn’t. My future is a mystery. I could become a nurse, a professional dancer, a nascar driver, or even a pilot, but I know my mother will support me as long as a give it my all. My next example is how my mother lived a grateful life everyday.
We all have different careers that we look into and we all have something we want to be when we are older. Having to pick just one thing that you want to be when you are older is probably the hardest things you have to choose. I was really into the medical field for the longest time so Nursing Assistants is something I look into doing. Also I look into to being a Registered Nurse that was one of my main topic. Being surgeons is also something i would want to do, looking at different things and seeing how much it relates to what I’ve being looking into.
To be brought up entirely by women enriched his views and allowed him a unique attitude towards. The upbringing provided him with a rich perception of the true worth of women in society, therefore, placing him in the ideal position to criticize the oppression of working class women through comical convention. He embeds into his play, an understandably biased opinion of the treatment of women entirely in their support; empathising the predicament women face: stripped off the right to live freely independent of any man. One such issue Russell appears to concentrate much attention on, is the deprivation of education for working class women. Willy Russell’s 1980’s audience comprised of both male and female audiences, thus, his advocating of views were adapted such that they suited both, genders.
I am very dedicated to help. I want to help everyone. I will be honored to become a Nurse Aid and be everything I can be in the medical field. I will offer my services when needed and do as much as possible. Everything I have learned is pushing me to exceed my goals.
No one believed. They listened to his heart. Little - less - nothing! - and that ended it.” Robert Frost I believe did have a strong connection with tone and he made the feelings of the boy come above paper for everybody to see them clearly. The poet’s direct theme is human helplessness, because of just all the supporting evidence among thirty-two lines of poetry.
Unfortunately, I did not listen to their advice and I just gave up on my dream of going to space and being an astronaut. I let the negatives get the best of me and I never focused on the positives of being an astronaut. I still have a dream of going to space but it is more of a fantasy because now I am striving for a more practical career. Now, I want to be a pediatric Oncology nurse because I am good with children, I do not cry very easily, and I really want to be a nurse. I think that all the things that my parents said about being an astronaut was what helped guide me to the career that I want to partake in
I’ve always known that I was going to be gay when I was older. I have memories of myself dressing up in girl clothes always wanting to be a princes. From that point in time I was so sure of myself that I was different. And yes at the time 5 years of age I