A Reflection Of A Nurse Essay

2054 Words Nov 2nd, 2015 9 Pages
As a child and into my teenage years, I’ve always dreamt about one day becoming a nurse. I would picture myself walking into the hospital wearing my bright blue scrubs, spending my days being able to care and heal individuals that were unwell and needed assistance. These dreams of mine had always been intact as I remember my parents and teachers asking me questions such as “what do you want to be when you grow up?” and “what’s a career that you would enjoy doing for the rest of your life?” Every time I was asked these questions I would answer with the response of a nurse. I initially thought when I was younger that my strong yearning for becoming a nurse came from the fascination I had about how the human body worked and the processes individuals went through in order to restore there health but as I got older I came to understand the true reason I wanted to become a nurse was because I have always felt a deep desire to help people whenever they needed it. In assuming the profession of a nurse I would be able to help the people not only heal but I would also have the chance for my dream to come true.
It is through my dreams of becoming a nurse that I have been able to establish a strong basis for the many reasons that nursing is the perfect profession for myself to attain. Nursing is one of the most noble career options as it allows one to help heal individuals, provide them comfort when in need, and bring them joy to their otherwise dreary situation. With taking those…

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