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Is being responsible important for being a nurse?

I am 13, and I am in 8th grade. I love to play sports especially volleyball and basketball. I am interested in being a nurse and don't get disgusted or scared of any amount of blood shown to me.

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Jessica’s Answer

I would say being responsible is important for a nurse among other things. You're responsible for lives. Also I don't know that blood is the only issue, there are many bodily fluids you will come in contact with daily. If you have compassion, can critically think, stay organized, have good time management, are good with people, can handle the emotional fatigue, among other things then nursing may be a good path. Academically being good at sciences like biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, microbiology, also medical math, reading comprehension, and psychology those things really help.
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Martin’s Answer

Absolutely, you can pursue a career in nursing and still have time for your love of sports. In fact, if these are your true passions, I wholeheartedly urge you to embrace them. Remember, nursing is a profession you choose, but to truly enjoy life, it's important to have interests beyond your work. So, chase your passions without hesitation. You can definitely excel in both areas and even more.
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