Latest Comments by HappyMom5

HappyMom5 1,110 Views

Joined Mar 1, '16. Posts: 20 (50% Liked) Likes: 23

Sorted By Last Comment (Max 500)
  • 0

    http://allnurses.com/products/3-affo...al-malpractice

    Check out the affordable prices offered here.

  • 2
    FuturisticLadee and jag nurse like this.

    Thank you for showing the real risks of TYPE2 diabetes. I am prediabetic and reading this lets me know how serious this can be. Motivates me to maintain healthly eating and exercise.

  • 3

    Yes I am sure this is what the stork delivered.

  • 0

    Great, practical tips. I can't wait to try the Halo Top ice cream and Lenny and Larry cookies.

  • 0

    Quote from BCgradnurse
    BECAUSE IT ISN'T ABOUT THE "RICH NFL PLAYERS"!!!! Don't you get it? It is about them using their visibility and status to speak for those who do not have a voice. It is about knowing that people will see them and hopefully take to heart the reason why they are protesting. It has nothing whatsoever to do with veterans. People are so stuck on that. The same people who are swilling beer and hooting and hollering at games while the anthem is being played and not paying attention. Yet I hear very few saying "what can I do to combat racism in this country." Many veterans support the players. They believe the freedom they fought for pertains to those with black or brown skin, too,and their sacrifice was for naught if we all don't have the same rights.
    MOST veterans DON'T SUPPORT the action of disrespecting our symbol of freedom:At VFW post, black and white veterans agree: NFL protests were 'a slap in my face' | Politics | Dallas News

  • 0

    Quote from toomuchbaloney
    Taking a knee during the anthem is not being disrespectful to the anthem, or the flag, or the military. That is the narrative of the POTUS who prefers to change the focus from the racist targeting of blacks within our criminal justice justice system to a jingoist and racist dog whistle.. The big boss white man changed that narrative to suit HIS agenda (which seems to coincide ideologically with those fine people caring torches).
    Not disrespectful? You need to read about this veteran that thinks otherwise:http://www.mydaytondailynews.com/bus...crHPOxmMkxnWO/

  • 0

    Quote from BCgradnurse
    I respect your views and beliefs. Something you said stood out to me. You said you would never disprespect any SYMBOL of your freedom. Cool. The flag and the anthem are just symbols. Real freedom is expressed and honored when ALL people have the same freedoms. In my opinion, we disrespect our freedom and those who fought for it when we deny these freedoms to other Americans because of their race, religion, or sexual orientation. Symbols don't matter; people do.
    I agree that symbols don't matter but people do and that is precisely why I have the same opinion as the OP. The flag is a symbol that is extremely important to our veterans; those people that have fought and sacrificed so much to ensure that the rich NFL players have the right to protest. But why protest in a way that disrespects the symbol that means so much to our veterans?

  • 0

    Quote from toomuchbaloney
    So you agree with their right to protest peacefully and legally, in any way they prefer, just not that way.

    Got it.
    Like the OP, I agree with their right to protest. I also am humbly grateful to our veterans and the sacrifices made by current and past generations to protect our right to protest and all the liberties we enjoy as Americans. I appreciate that I have this forum and other venues to freely express my opinion in this country. I thank God that I have this full realization. I fully realize that many sacrifices were made so that I can now enjoy these freedoms. Because of this realization, I would NEVER disrespect any symbol of my freedom and pray that those involved in these protests will come to the same realization, and find other ways to protest.

  • 0

    Give this a try:
    http://allnurses.com/medical-malpractice-insurance/
    You can get a quote online within minutes.

  • 1
    nrussell34 likes this.

    Quote from nrussell34
    Hi all, So I live in Portland,OR, but have no desire to attend any of the nursing schools in Portland. I'm very interested in Washington State University. I'm just not sure what other schools to look at, any suggestions?
    This is a great place to start your research, all in one place! Good luck in your search.
    http://allnurses.com/schools

  • 0

    Quote from roser13
    Do a search here on AN.com. About a thousand threads with all the answers you could wish for.

    Bottom line: Your feet are your feet alone and only you can figure out what works for you.
    Do a search here on AN.com translates to allnurses.com. Use the search function in upper right corner of this site. Good luck

  • 1
    BizzyBeeNursing likes this.

    Very entertaining and informative. Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to see what is coming next!!

  • 3

    Quote from Nurse_JackieVA
    I have no idea who taught this young man those ideas or why it was okay to voice them in front of people that aren't family but now I want to bring in my Spartan Race medals and Half Marathon medals to show the kids and maybe get them fired up about fitness.
    I think bringing in your medals is a great idea. Nothing wrong with dispelling myths and inspiring young women. Great idea!

  • 0

    Hey allnurses has partnered with CM&F to offer nursing medical malpractice insurance or aMMP. Great rates. Check it out http://allnurses.com/medical-malpractice-insurance/

  • 2

    Very interesting article. I do hope that credentialing and/or certification of Coaches becomes the norm. This will help build professionalism within the coaching world. Would love to hear some examples of how your coaching skills have enhanced your nursing practice....



close