When you have to step out of your comfort zone
To be there for someone else…
It does not mean
You have to look.
It looks to me like you need a relaxing weekend, Colleen. You look a little fatigued. Being there for others can be very hard work.
Debra you are so thoughtful…..actually it’s a play on my most uncomfortable moments. I went to the doctor with someone and was sitting in the room when they told them to disrobe….etc….. I just stare at the floor, at my feet, at my fingernails….. I am NOT a good nurse type person. 😀
Oh my! I’m not a good nurse either…but you came through!! Good for you!
Hahahahha…..well….I was there any way! 🙂
just being near is fine at times. –
Ah. I have to! Even so far as looking over edges when suffering from vertigo. I am compelled.
I am good at helping Peter, I am MOST uncomfortable though, with some things pertaining to people’s bodies or personal info that I do NOT need to know. But may be exposed to when helping …… it’d be easier to tell the whole story but suffice it to say I had to go in the doctor’s office with someone and I did NOT want to look but couldn’t leave!
“Don’t look Ethel!https://youtu.be/XtzoUu7w-YM
Hahahahahahahahaha!!!! Don’t look indeed!!!
I guess I can be fearless which helped me face many strange and dangerous situations during my time spent in my child advocate role at the Lighthouse battered women’s shelter in Lancaster.
Colleen, I picture you being quite strong and fearless!!
Oh I can be I suppose. But not when it comes to some things. Medical or body related things….I would prefer my nurse family members do that!!!!! 😉
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