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Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Florence Nightingale
#1. I have lived and slept in the same bed with English countesses and Prussian farm women ... no woman has excited passions among women more than I have. #Quote by Florence Nightingale
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Florence Nightingale
#2. It is often thought that medicine is the curative process. It is no such thing; medicine is the surgery of functions, as surgery proper is that of limbs and organs. Neither can do anything but remove obstructions; neither can cure; nature alone cures. Surgery removes the bullet out of the limb, which is an obstruction to cure, but nature heals the wound. So it is with medicine; the function of an organ becomes obstructed; medicine so far as we know, assists nature to remove the obstruction, but does nothing more. And what nursing has to do in either case, is to put the patient in the best condition for nature to act upon him. #Quote by Florence Nightingale
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Kristin Hannah
#3. I am like some wounded animal in a darkened lair, nursing the thorn in my paw, unable to find anyone to take it out. #Quote by Kristin Hannah
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by J.G. Ballard
#4. I guessed that he was one of those ambitious young physicians who more and more fill the profession, opportunists with a fashionable hoodlum image, openly hostile to their patients. My brief stay at the hospital had already convinced me that the medical profession was an open door to anyone nursing a grudge against the human race. #Quote by J.G. Ballard
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Wendell Berry
#5. I took her into bed with me and propped myself up with pillows against the headboard to let her nurse. As she nursed and the milk came, she began a little low contented sort of singing. I would feel milk and love flowing from me to her as once it had flowed to me. It emptied me. As the baby fed, I seemed slowly to grow empty of myself, as if in the presence of that long flow of love even grief could not stand. #Quote by Wendell Berry
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Suzanne Gordon
#6. Nursing may be the oldest art, but in the contemporary world, it is also one of the most invisible. One of the most invisible arts, sciences, and certainly one of the most invisible parts of our health care system. #Quote by Suzanne Gordon
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Sue Monk Kidd
#7. I got my Bachelor's degree in nursing and worked nine years - even taught nursing in a college - before I stopped and said to myself, 'This is not who I am. I am not really a nurse inside. I'm a writer.' #Quote by Sue Monk Kidd
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Florence Nightingale
#8. Macaulay somewhere says, that it is extraordinary that, whereas the laws of the motions of the heavenly bodies, far removed as they are from us, are perfectly well understood, the laws of the human mind, which are under our observation all day and every day, are no better understood than they were two thousand years ago. #Quote by Florence Nightingale
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Warren Beatty
#9. How can anybody hate nurses? Nobody hates nurses. The only time you hate a nurse is when they're giving you an enema. #Quote by Warren Beatty
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Florence Nightingale
#10. The amount of relief and comfort experienced by the sick after the skin has been carefully washed and dried, is one of the commonest observations made at a sick bed. #Quote by Florence Nightingale
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Jennifer Coburn
#11. The next morning, the thrush had cleared up almost completely. No pain. No swearing. No gnashing my teeth. I was fit for my own page in the nursing book. I was so proud of my new skill, I wanted to share it with everyone. I told my letter carrier about how my nipples were in top form again. He was thrilled for me, really. That day, I was such a show-off I had to resist the urge to lie down on the supermarket floor and squirt my milk into the air like fountains. I thought I had such a choice piece of entertainment, I imagined spending my spring afternoons in the park collecting tips in a cup for my milk-producing excellence. #Quote by Jennifer Coburn
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Florence Nightingale
#12. Nursing is a progressive art such that to stand still is to go backwards. #Quote by Florence Nightingale
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Charisse Montgomery
#13. Once you open your home to nursing, you essentially become the employer of a small staff, even if you aren't signing the paychecks. As in any workplace, the staff needs to know the rules and expectations, and it is your job to set them and communicate them well. This is your new job; you've been promoted to Home Care CEO. #Quote by Charisse Montgomery
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Elizabeth Fox, Baroness Holland
#14. Troubles, like babies, grow larger by nursing. #Quote by Elizabeth Fox, Baroness Holland
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Haruki Murakami
#15. If I learned anything in nursing school, it's that bright words make the eardrums vibrate brightly. They have their own bright sound. So even if the patient doesn't understand what you're saying, his eardrums will physically vibrate on that bright wavelength. We're taught to always talk to the patient in a big, bright voice whether he can hear you or not. It definitely helps, whatever the logic involved. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Charles Dickens
#16. Boxer, feeling that his attentions were due to the family in general, and must be impartially distributed, dashed in and out with bewildering inconstancy; now, describing a circle of short barks round the horse, where he was being rubbed down at the stable-door; now feigning to make savage rushes at his mistress, and facetiously bringing himself to sudden stops; now, eliciting a shriek from Tilly Slowboy, in the low nursing-chair near the fire, by the unexpected application of his moist nose to her countenance; now, exhibiting an obtrusive interest in the baby; now, going round and round upon the hearth, and lying down as if he had established himself for the night; now, getting up again, and taking that nothing of a fag-end of a tail of his, out into the weather, as if he had just remembered an appointment, and was off, at a round trot, to keep it. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Frank Beddor
#17. What do you want to do with me?" she asked.
You had an unpleasant tumble." He nodded toward the unfamiliar creatures. "My Ganmede friends and I are nursing you back to health, that's all."
By drugging me?"
(Molly and Arch) #Quote by Frank Beddor
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Florence Nightingale
#18. Instead of wishing to see more doctors made by women joining what there are, I wish to see as few doctors, either male or female, as possible. For, mark you, the women have made no improvement they have only tried to be "men" and they have only succeeded in being third-rate men. #Quote by Florence Nightingale
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#19. I propitiated the knife-wielding deities with presents of books. The gifts to them and the head of nursing were also meant to acknowledge that although people get paid to do their jobs, you cannot pay someone to do their job passionately and wholeheartedly. Those qualities are not for sale; they are themselves gifts that can only be given freely, and are in many, many fields. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Nursing Mothers' Association Of Australia
#20. When a new baby is expected mother has 9 months to prepare the family and the kitchen for her departure! #Quote by Nursing Mothers' Association Of Australia
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Charisse Montgomery
#21. When it is managed effectively, in-home nursing can become a support for caregivers and families stressed with the care of a medically fragile child. #Quote by Charisse Montgomery
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Pamela Baker
#22. Knowing someone's story helps to make the patient more real, and it makes the job more personal. The shared narratives of others' lives incorporate and become stories about us. I feel myself to be a part of a stranger's story, when it is shared with me, and passing it on feels like my sharing of a parable we've all heard- we know the plot, even the climax and the ending. Only the names have changed, or the costumes, or the settings, but the story is the same and is this: we are all vulnerable; we are all a little bit crazy; we are all funny, entertaining, delicate, bold, horrible, and fantastic. We are all, in our unique and individual ways, as equally and universally fucked up as the next person. Every one of us. Theres comfort in knowing this. #Quote by Pamela Baker
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Atul Gawande
#23. She visited a nursing home nearby. 'It was actually one of the nicer ones,' she said. 'It was clean.' But it was a nursing home. 'You had the people in their wheelchairs all slumped over and lined up in the corridors. It was horrible.' It was the sort of place, she said, that her father feared more than anything. 'He did not want his life reduced to a bed, a dresser, a tiny TV, and half of a room with the curtain between him and someone else.'
But, she said, as she walked out of the place she thought, 'This is what I have to do.' Awful as it seemed, it was where she had to put him.
Why, I asked? #Quote by Atul Gawande
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Jennifer Baumgardner
#24. [Adrienne Rich] was one of the only major intellectuals since Freud to assert that homosexuality was anything other than a problem. She is also notable for describing a continuum, like Kinesey's, of lesbian love - a continuum that begins with the intimacy of a mother nursing her daughter and ends with a nurturing, egalitarian love relationship between two women. While this theory eventually contributed to the stifling stereotype that lesbians only cuddle and nuzzle in bed, supporting each other and drinking chamomile tea, Rich was savvy to link same-sex love - so taboo, so unnatural - with a role for women seen as unassailable: being a mother. #Quote by Jennifer Baumgardner
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Frank Bidart
#25. The stratagems by which briefly you
ameliorated, even seemingly
untwisted what still twists within you
you loved their taste and lay there
on your side
nursing like a puppy. #Quote by Frank Bidart
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Betty Friedan
#26. Why the increasing emphasis by professional age experts and the media on - and public acceptance of - the nursing home as the locus of age when, in fact, more than ninety percent of those over sixty-five continue to live in the community? #Quote by Betty Friedan
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Peter Styles
#27. < I love you.>
Wait, what? Everything froze except my heart, which thundered.
< I thought so last night. Going ALL DAY not hearing from you, thinking you were pissed, wondering if I'd see you... I know it now. I love you.>
Fuck. This was happening at warp speed. My hand trembled, making my pen shake. I had no idea what to say.
< I need to say it. You don't have to say it back. I love you.
I want to take care of you like you took care of me.
Like you still do.
You love nursing, but I hate what it does to you. You can be anything. Go back to school. Start a busi>
< STOP>
My pen had torn the page. I continued:
< You're what?
Going to give me money? Pay my rent? Buy my groceries?>
< I can help out. You could move in.>
< With you? After 2 wks?>
< You could have your own room.>
< You hear how you sound, right?>
< I want to be near you NOW. I think you want to be near me. And nursing>
I grew a beard waiting for him to finish that sentence, then asked:.
< Nursing what?>
< Wears you out. Exhausts you.>
< No.>
< The night of the car accident? The first night we had sex? You looked half dead.>
< Thx>
< You know what I mean.>
< Did you like singing?>
< ?>
< You loved it. You were good at it. It was your purpose. You had to gi #Quote by Peter Styles
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Wilson Rawls
#28. Daisy smiled and said, "Jay Berry, you won't die. You may think you will, but you won't. In a day or two, you'll be as good as new, I hope." "You're just saying that because you heard Papa say it," I said. "No, I'm not!" Daisy said. "I'm saying it because I'm a nurse, and nurses are supposed to cheer up their patients." I knew all too well that once Daisy had gotten into one of her Red Cross nursing spells, it was ridiculous to even think of trying to argue her out of it. So I just groaned, closed my eyes, and sat there while #Quote by Wilson Rawls
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
#29. Ifemelu stood by the window while Aunty Uju sat at the table drinking orange juice and airing her grievances like jewels. It had become a routine of Ifemelu's visits: Aunty Uju collected all her dissatisfactions in a silk purse, nursing them, polishing them, and then on the Saturday of Ifemelu's visit, while Bartholomew was out and Dike upstairs, she would spill them out on the table, and turn each one this way and that, to catch the light. #Quote by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Lily Morton
#30. Gabe, you're sick, and much as you're a shithead sometimes, I've trained you to be a fairly acceptable shithead to me. If you died I'd have to go to all the effort of training someone else."

"If I died maybe you should consider a change of career into the nursing profession. With your lovely bedside manner you'd be a shoo-in. #Quote by Lily Morton
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Martha McKiever
#31. Therapy dogs visit people in nursing homes, hospitals, and wherever else they are needed. They cheer people up who are sad or lonesome and just need a furry friend to hug. #Quote by Martha McKiever
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Atul Gawande
#32. When I saw him three months later, he was still despondent. "I feel as if a part of my body is missing. I feel as if I have been dismembered," he told me. His voice cracked and his eyes were rimmed red. He had one great solace, however: that she hadn't suffered, that she'd got to spend her last few weeks in peace at home in the warmth of their long love, instead of up on a nursing floor, a lost and disoriented patient. * #Quote by Atul Gawande
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Francis Fukuyama
#33. Putting one's parents out to pasture in a nursing home has very deep historical roots in Western Europe. #Quote by Francis Fukuyama
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Nursing Mothers' Association Of Australia
#34. Assuming mother's absence is only for a short time, don't be too concerned if you find yourself being more relaxed than she is over what the children eat. It is far better to maintain harmony and let mother cope with the problem later. You can use the excuse "You are only having this because Mummy's in hospital!". #Quote by Nursing Mothers' Association Of Australia
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Carolyn Jarvis
#35. The character of a nurse is just as important as the knowledge he/she possesses. #Quote by Carolyn Jarvis
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by David Sedaris
#36. The whole notion of the nursing home was something dreamed up by people like my mother; American women with sunglasses, always searching for their tanning lotion or cigarette lighters. #Quote by David Sedaris
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Kevin Hearne
#37. For now, bread and mead call us, appetites whetted, to witness what I have been nursing, encased in iron, licked by flame, and tended with relish. #Quote by Kevin Hearne
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Marilynne Robinson
#38. I have always liked the phrase "nursing a grudge " because many people are tender of their resentments as of the thing nearest their hearts. #Quote by Marilynne Robinson
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by Erwin W. Lutzer
#39. When abandoned babies were left out on the streets and back alleys, the Christians in North Africa organized baby runs and brought these babies to nursing mothers. The pagans were overwhelmed with the caring attitude of the Christians. Just as Peter predicted, unbelievers were led to faith in Christ and "glorified God" in the day of visitation. The excellencies of Christ are best revealed through the lives of those who are compassionate because they themselves are profoundly aware of their own shortcomings. The world can out entertain us; outnumber us; out finance us, but let it never be said that they can out-love us, for "God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us" (Romans 5:5). #Quote by Erwin W. Lutzer
Woldenberg Nursing quotes by John Darnielle
#40. Giving up and doing something else (nursing, for me) was exactly what eventually led me to making music that other people wanted to hear. #Quote by John Darnielle

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