Evolution from Novice to a Beginning Professional Nurse Looking back when I started my nursing school, I can proudly say that I have evolved both physically and psychologically. I was not sure if nursing was the right choice for me at first because I had difficulties interacting with people outside my family circle. The first semester was challenging for me because I did not know how to interact with my class mates and felt isolated each time there is a class activity. I joined a study group later that semester and it has been an excitement ever since. Today, I am glad I choose nursing because I have overcome my social fears, learn to be a team player, learn how to prioritize and most importantly learned to manage stress.
Just like anybody else, there are several moments in my life that have occurred that made me feel as if I learned about myself in a tremendous way. However, the biggest being when I moved to Cedar Rapids to attend Kirkwood. My family has always been the most important thing to me and I went from being surrounded by family members, to absolutely nobody. I felt like I had hit a wall and I could not do anything without them. During my first semester, I kept toying with the idea of going back home.
Most people can understand that when a soldier comes back from war, he is not going to be the same. He has seen too much and done too much to still be the innocent boy he had been. In the novel, The Sorrow of War by Bao Ninh, he not only puts the effect of war for soldiers, but for regular civilians as well. The novel is saying that war affects females even though they could not fight in war. The message is conveyed through female characters that have felt sorrow and emptiness during and after the war.
ADRP 1 defines Stewardship of the Profession as, “Stewardship is the responsibility of Army professionals to ensure the profession maintains its five essential characteristics now and into the future”. Essentially, being a steward of the profession means that as leaders in the Army, it is our duty to oversee training and ensure that tasks are being completed, as well as maintaining a high level of esprit de corps within the organization, followed by enforcing standards while building cohesion and pride in our nation’s
Still, I remember those days when I was planning to leave everything, students and courses doubled. Being on the top of the chain my duty was telling me to, hire more staff to manage this amount of people due to, no one of the family members is ready to work. So, put yourself in my shoe, with all of this stuff and people and alone, what you will do? Moreover, the amount of stress was raising day by day. To put it another way, I was ready to do it all, and not hear from the owners that I cannot handle my
It has been a long and difficult journey writing this narrative, and I have discovered things about myself in this narrative I never knew before. My first paragraph was all a blur, I remember you told the class you could just write down all of your ideas and edit everything later, which I did. That night, I remember I became so into it, my creative juices were projecting onto the paper. Until, I hit a stump, and I could not write no more. I was at the beginning of the third page and I had to do three to four pages.
I truly loved my uncle but sadly he passed away, and I was affected emotionally. As time passed by, I realized I cannot live another day without my uncle by my side. For instance, I would feel lonely and empty. To overcome this enormous amount of mental pain, I needed the help of my family members. I was lucky enough to receive an endless amount of support, love, and encouragement, which led to slow recovery.
From my earliest memories, I have had a dream, a steady light, guiding me through difficulties of my life. That goal for me has been to become a beneficial member of the human race. From childhood, I was encouraged toward education by my family and relatives because I had a talent for mathematical questions and calculations, as well as a vivid imagination and a clear memory for poems and numbers. The encouragement of my family became the first incentive I had toward pursuing electrical engineering as my field of study at university. When it was my first year of school at the age of seven, my father had a cardiac arrest and had been out of work for fifteen years and had challenges with pain before he died when I was a sophomore at the university.
Mastering all skills in essay writing is a long way to go and you need to work harder and harder gradually to gain further achievements. As for me, after years of learning, I have pocketed certain skills. However, I realize I still need to learn more to complete myself after receiving the letter from a college friend of mine. Last week, I had a writing task to do and when I finished, I asked for my friend’s comments on my argumentative essay so that I could know what should be improved in my writing. Three days ago, I received her letter containing her judgments and found them useful.
Both my grandparents have had so many struggles not just in childhood but in adulthood as well and I’m grateful they have changed and they love God and that they want a different life than what they were given growing up and that they try to make things so amazing for me and my siblings, this is why I admire them so much. My grandparents have had a horrible life up until they were about in their thirties; they both had horrible childhoods growing up, especially my grandmother. My grandfather basically grew up poor his father and his mother were great parents but they didn’t have much to go on. My grandmother on the other hand has endured so much pain in her life, for one she has suffered the loss of her own