I read the article about the overproduction of nursing graduates unable to find a job in TheStar newspaper yesterday.
One of the most interesting line I have heard this year:
Sorry Najib. It is not "Janji Ditepati".
"In nursing, half the battle is won by just being kind"
I dont know, sorry if this sounds absurd, sometimes I wonder why some people still at the job if the rage is uncontrollable.
We are in this line, definitely not because of money. Our effort and risk vs money-earned graph do not tally at all.
We are in this line, mostly because we want to feel good in serving, helping and because it is a noble job.
Then why angry, or more acccurately, i mean why angry so often?
There are certain things we can get angry at, certain things that we can disgusted with, and I know everyone has their moments when you just lose it.
But I think if we constantly, everyday, lose it, then what is the point. Seriously what is the point.
I get very disgusted at myself when I lose it and being rude to patient.
To think about it, if I felt dizzy and pain, I would go and see a doctor too.
Hmm, insaf already, dont want to scold anyone.
But sometimes, you know, we all will lose it once a while.
Funnily, Human, predictably and irrationally, treats strangers the best.
I always judge another person's character by how he treats a total stranger.
Someone who you does not have any need for, or fear for.
-another of my too early for pm shift, too late to sleep, rant.
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