What Is My Legacy In Nursing

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A legacy can be described as many things. Some people leave good legacy, but also bad ones. A legacy is the only thing many people remember you by. Many people have the legacy of being a great doctor or a fantastic husband. I would like mine to be about the positive things I did in life. Even when I made mistakes I want people to remember I always tried to fix what I did wrong. Well for me, I would like my legacy to be good. I want to be remembered the friend who was there for anyone at anytime. The lovely mother and friend who was always there.

To begin, I would like to be remembered by how great of a mother I was. How I loved my family unconditionally. I want people to that I was the mother who was always at every activity and was
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I want my patience's and family to remember how dedicated I was in my job, and how much I adored helping people. I want people to know that my passion was to help people and make everything painless. I want to be the nurse, that my patience's still keep in touch with me, and tell me how good they are doing. I want to be the one that everyone looks up to. The one who always wants to help and was always there when you needed someone. I want to be the nurse that wasn't just a nurse, but also a friend you could talk to. I want to be good at my job so that people talk about how good of a nurse, I was to them. I want family and friends of patience's to come to me when something is wrong or they need help. I want to be the nurse that teenage girls can talk to and not feel scared or nervous. The one who could always make someone feel better. I want to be remembered by my nursing skills, because it was my career. It was not just a job but a hobby. I want to be remembered for my passion of helping …show more content…
I want to be remembered as the one you could always come and talk to when you had any troubles and was always there. I want my friends to know that I was only a phone call away. That if they ever needed me I was always there no matter what the circumstances were. The friend you could always trust leaving your kids with or keeping family secrets. The one who loves their friends family so much it's like my own family. The one who could never fail to make you smile. The friend who still loved to go out and have fun and be young and wild sometimes. The one who showed conditional love. One who showed so much love that even when we weren't on the greatest terms I always loved you. The one who was there when something bad happened and was there every step of the way. I want my friends to remember how good of a friend I was. How I was kind and

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