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Major Life Changes with D & Dani

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Major Life Changes with D & Dani

This week on The WoMed, D has a big announcement to make that leads into an honest and emotional conversation on the realities of nursing and how to lead authentic…
September 30, 2019
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Major Life Changes with D & Dani

This week on The WoMed, D has a big announcement to make that leads into an honest and emotional conversation on the realities of nursing and how to lead authentic and meaningful lives while still making sure to make care of yourself. Their Lubrication Question brings them back to their childhood hobbies and favorite indulgences and reveals what age Dani refers to as the best year of her life. The hosts discuss the harsh realities of bedside nursing that has led them both at times to suffer financially, physically, and emotionally, and how there may be other ways to effectively reach people that don’t involve giving up a part of yourself. D and Dani daydream about summer vacation, going off the grid, and potentially running for senate to represent those in healthcare. You can read the New York Times article on burnout that was referenced in today’s episode here!

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