Why Do I Want to Become a Nurse?

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“Why do I want to become a nurse?”
Becoming a nurse has always been a dream of mine. I strongly desire to make a difference in peoples’ lives. My aspiration for nursing was sparked early in my high school years, and now that I’m a mom I’m even more determined. I’ve always dreamt of a career which I would truly enjoy and make great money caring for others. I’m completely ready to devote myself to making this dream come true. Nursing is a career that’s become harder to pursue, but one of the most rewarding professions in the world. Nursing isn’t just about making someone feel better; it’s a lively hood that a person can be proud of achieving. Being labeled as a “Nurse” involves so many great opportunities. A registered nurse can gain great career growth with many varied and challenging positions; earning an advanced degree and move up the ladder is also a great advantage of being a nurse. Being a registered nurse is a profession that can allow someone to learn much more and become experienced in areas they probably they wouldn’t enjoy. Making my mind up and fully going with the choice of being a nurse wasn’t easy for me. I came up with the thought of being a lawyer, a dentist, and even a clothing stylist but every time I drifted off my mind and thoughts always steered me back to what god has planned for me. This route hasn’t been easy for me at all. Graduating high school in 2008, becoming pregnant in 2009, returning back home from South Carolina State University, only to lose that child still born after 5 months, switching from school to school, becoming pregnant again in 2011 to starting Bethune Cookman in 2012, and now I’m here. Life may take me through trials and tribulations but I will not stop until I have my nursing degree. There’s nothing or no one that can stop me now.
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