Nurses dating nurses
Lots of CNAs say theyre nurses, hell people who watch old people say it sometimes.
Dialysis work 9/10 times they have drug or other issues.
You also don’t want to be reprimanded by your head/chief nurse so you better take extra precautions with your decisions. It depends on you and your priorities in life or career.
You must weigh in all the options, search for the answers, and be professional all the time.
Busy in such a degree that they almost turn themselves into social retards who don’t know what socialization and dating mean.
In addition to that, entertaining such kind of idea might create a rift between you and your other female co-workers, especially those who are equally enamored with this captivating doctor in white robe.It just so happened that some of my Nursing friends have been there already; on that awkward situation wherein you have to choose between love and your profession.But seriously, how can one know if he or she is crossing the line and doing things that might affect one’s professional career?Is it right to flirt with your coworker or is it better to stand firm to what you believe as professional decorum? I’m not a love guru but from what I know, to flirt means to play with love, or to put it in simple terms, to develop a close relationship with someone but with no strings attached.At first, I couldn’t imagine nurses engaging in such kind of shallow relationship because I’m no stranger to the fact that nurses usually have a very busy lifestyle.