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Sunday, March 17, 2013
Someone recently asked me whether I liked teaching or nursing better. To be honest, I can't say that I have taken much time to compare the two in regards to which I prefer since I have started teaching, so it took me a few seconds to give her a thoughtful answer. I love nursing, and after being a nurse for over 10 years now, it has become a part of who I am. By the same token, as I become more comfortable with my new role as a teacher, it has also become a part of me. I feel like being an HSE teacher has given me the best of both worlds. I will always love nursing and healthcare, and I can honestly say that I love teaching. Right now, teaching is my passion, and I have been blessed to have the opportunity to pursue my passion. I love the fact that I get to help young men and women develop into responsible young adults, and more specifically, young healthcare professionals.