The nurses significant other. What's your situation?

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    Being a recent graduate of nursing I find myself intrigued and obsessed with learning more and more. At times it takes up mu whole day and before I know it I have ignored my wonderful wife all day. I don’t mean to, I just want to be the best nurse I can be when I start my new job. I love my wife more than anything and I owe all my success to her. She worked full time and took care of me while I was ill through out all of nursing school. I’m bad at the romantic stuff and I need to improve on that. Any of you find yourself in my situation? Or am I alone here. Lol


    Nurses have one of the highest divorce rates of any profession … good luck. I would offer you some great advice, but my wife divorced me, so I wouldn’t take any romantic advice from me if I were you.


    I work in a OR so many holidays lost, I feel like my family raises my son due to call and late starts. I feel like I missed out on so much.

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    Are you serious Jason? Where did you find that information? I can believe it
    and would like to write a paper on that topic. Being a nurse I feel like I missed a lot too, I don’t like 12 hour shifts because I miss my family so much.

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