Negative Experience Analysis

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I try to view each negative experience as a learning opportunity and learn from it. I think the most serious negative experience I had was my parent’s divorce. It had a huge impact on me because I was in the middle of it and living with them. I was the one that was experiencing first hand, not just hearing about it. It made me feel many emotions from sad to mad. It was hard to not let it affect my relationship because I was worried if that’s how we would end up. I learned that each relationship is different and you can’t approach it with fear. The statics for divorce is really high and that scares me. It’s hard not to think, is this going to be me one day? I 've learned to cope with my parents divorce and not to live in fear …show more content…
I had negative experiences along the way, but in the end it turned it into a positive experience. The negative experiences motivated me to better my self. If I never found the courage to go to nursing school I don’t know where I would be right now. I like to think that I would have eventually found my way, but I’m not sure. I have found happiness in my career and truly found what I was meant to do. It took a lot of courage to leave Rhode Island to jump into the unknown. But, it changed my life in the best way possible. It has led me to making my dreams reality and making me a successful …show more content…
Other dreams I hope to fulfill one day is to start my own family. A dream of mine was to fall in love and I found Chris. I am a hopeless romantic. I hope to be successful not in terms of money but to be content and happy. I hope I always stay true to myself and keep bettering myself. I hope I never forget where I started and never take it for granted. I am not sure what the future holds for me. I can’t say I have a specific specialty I want to pursue. I am still enjoying each experience and pursuing different options. In my maternity clinical I was lucky enough to help deliver a baby and that was an unforgettable experience. I jumped right in and started coaching the mother and it just came naturally. I felt very comfortable and almost felt like I belonged. After, the mother told me she would’ve never thought it was my first time in the delivery room because of how I acted. That was a huge compliment for me! But, not all of maternity is happy like that occasion and I don’t want to go into thinking that it will always be rainbows and butterflies. I also like the idea of an emergency room nurse, but unfortunately didn’t get to experience it in my clinical rotations. I’m looking forward to my mental health rotation and seeing if it is something that interests me. The only thing I can do now is continuing to learn and gain experience and hope that I find the nursing unit where I

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