Melissa Suzuno's Making Kids Cry

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Melissa Suzuno, in her blog, “Making Kids Cry: A Day in the Life of Pediatric Nurse Madelaine Than”, explains her interview with Madelaine Than, and the purpose to why Madelaine wanted to pursue a nursing career. Melissa introduces Madelaine’s life and how she deals with so much to get to where she is now. Madelaine’s inspirations to pursue a nursing career is explained in “Making Kids Cry: A Day in the Life of Pediatric Nurse Madelaine Than” by Melissa Suzuno. Madelaine had interests in helping others and the medical field. Although her mother wanted her to become a doctor, Madelaine, instead, chose to be a nurse which involved more in taking care of patients rather than diagnosing them. However, her father played a huge part in her life after his passing and she created a goal to help individuals in a way that she could’ve done for her father. In “Making Kids Cry: A Day in the Life of Pediatric Nurse Madelaine Than,” Madelaine Than explains how complicated her college life came to be. At first, she…show more content…
“Making Kids Cry: The Day in the Life of Pediatric Nurse Madelaine Than,” by Melissa Suzuno, Madelaine offers helpful advice to struggling students. To give students a starter, networking is important to any field or major. Networking helps build up connections between peers and educational systems. Madelaine advises students to be their own character and stand out from the rest rather than becoming like someone else and another. To those pursing nursing, she suggests that it’s important to explore and have a open mind. There are variety of branches in nursing and a student should not only limit themselves to one interest but to many others. Either way, nursing is a profession that will always be important to maintain a growing, healthy community. At the end, she inspires students to follow a career they love rather than pursuing a career just for

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