Have you ever, or how many times, thought about quitting nursing?

Let's be frank, you've seen a lot of $hit. And there are days when you just want to throw in the towel. High stress jobs that require a high level of competency routinely put people over the edge. In a case of nursing there aren't very many professions where wonky hours, high trauma, sometimes questionable pay, unruly patients, unruly coworkers, etc., all collide to make for a challenging career.

It may be not be therapy, but what are some stories or scenarios that nearly made you end your career as a nurse?

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