I’ll forever be grateful for working resuscitations with you in those hot trauma bays, the long nights, lessons and laughter.
Thank you for shaping me into the ER nurse I am, it’s a title I am proud to bear because of you.
Through knowing our individual types, our stress and security responses and the way we see the world, we have been able to resolve conflict, grow as a couple and connect on a deeper level relationally.
As a nurse I am constantly coming in contact with all sorts of bacteria and viruses but I haven’t been on antibiotics since high school, I’ve only had the flu twice in my life (and no it’s not because I get the flu shot, I only started getting that 5 years ago when I had to) & the last time I had a cold was. . .well I honestly can’t remember.
Here are 3 things I do on a daily/weekly basis to avoid getting sick in the winter.
I get why people ask God for a sign, for him to make it clear. Sometimes you just don’t know and it makes you crazy.
I sent an email today and said yes to something that I’m not entirely sure how it’s going to work out.
That’s kind of the theme in our lives these days; not entirely sure how things will work out. If we’re being honest, we don't have a clue how they’ll work out.
That fine line is one I’ve walked; that line of being physically fit and eating healthy that could cross over into disordered eating with the slightest misstep.
Teetering between sickness and health. Sickness of the mind & a body that is deprived and a healthy mindset with a body that is fueled.
They very thing that we as a society have criticized we’ve also condoned.