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Romans 151 we who are strong have an obligation to

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attentive, and effective with my care no matter what kind of day I’m having. Romans 15:1 We who are strong have an obligation to bear with the failings of the weak, and not to please ourselves. This is something that I feel I have always struggled with myself my whole life. I always feel like I have to be the bigger person in any situation I’m thrown in and many times I have broken down to others begging to know why that’s the case, that I’m tired of having to be the
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bigger person. But after a good cry I would also come back to the same conclusion that “If I’m not the bigger person then who else will?”. Being the bigger person takes a lot of strength and understanding and I feel these are one of the reasons I will be a good nurse. You won’t always get the nicest patients and you will have to learn how to be the bigger person to get them to work with you so you can provide effective care. 6. In what ways has this semester enriched your perspective of nursing, yourself, or your faith? Honestly before I started school here I never really thought much about faith, spirituality, or religion. It’s one of the reasons why I applied to a christian university. I always told myself that I was spiritual and that I believed in a higher power but I never explored those thoughts and beliefs. I figured that if I went to a religious school and immersed myself in that ideology it would help me think more about my spirituality and what kind of spirituality I was comfortable with. I feel that my plan is working and I have been applying God more into my life. Maybe not as much as I would like but there’s definitely a change. I used to feel uncomfortable whenever people brought up God or religion but now I am getting accustomed to it. Hearing my professors always say it, and going to chapel at least once a month is helping too. I know it doesn’t seem like much but that’s a huge step for me. Maybe the idea of God and religion bothered me because it reminded me of death, who knows? Hopefully this school will help me explore those emotions further.
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  • Spring '16
  • Kim Hutapea
  • Nursing, Stephanie Resendez

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