My Life At The Nursing Field Essay example

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My Journey to the Nursing Field
I was born and raised in Lima, Peru. I come from a humble and very poor family. Ever since I was little, I was always intrigued by the medical field. There was something about the white coats, stethoscopes and the kindness the healthcare professionals always offered that grabbed my attention. I often saw myself playing pretend or a nurse with my dolls. I was always the first one to attend for anyone in need or medical care. I just loved to put band aids on everyone. I guess I was naturally drawn into the healthcare field.
Grownups often ask children what they want to be when they grow up, and they get all sorts of answers like astronauts, firefighters, cops, etc.. I was no exception, there was no doubt in my mind what I wanted to be; I wanted to help people feel better. I was still unsure though if I wanted to be a nurse or a doctor. My parents were very supportive of my dreams since I was little. Since I was fours years old, I remembered planning with dad my medical career. At that age, I knew the university I was going to attend and the grades I would need throughout school to get in with a full scholarship. My dad wanted me to go to one of the most renowned universities in Peru, the University of San Marcos.
Moving to the United States
My parents had so many plans for me, but eventually my mom figured that those plans were impossible in our economic situation. My mom at the moment was a single mom working extraneous hours at her job and…

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