If you're in nursing school, there's a 99% chance you are in some way a perfectionist or Type A, and I know it pains you to read this. You thrive on routine and organization, but in nursing school, schedules are fluid and this means you have to be flexible. Class may be cancelled due to inclement weather and be switched to a Skype conference last minute. Your preceptor may get the flu and call out sick, causing you to miss out on hours this week. You may be assigned a less-than-average nurse to shadow. But in any unexpected situation, there is something to learn. Being flexible and letting go of the reins is the only way that you can stay sane in nursing school.
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