In high school I had ADHD, and observed this when going to University. However my older sister who was really awesome at Academia would edit my essays, attend to the grammar etc. I was a good researcher and did my best.
I enrolled in Vet Assistant course and saw the content and the assessment and I freaked out. My brain turned to mush. ADHD still there.
I do want to do the course but anything that looks hard in the questioning I just want to give up. Its crazy, and this is an area of interest, so I ought to be more gung ho.
Any tips, I would appreciate so much, thank you :)
oh yah... like duh. I need to do some Brad Yates EFT tapping :)
“. . . this is an area of interest, so I ought to be more gung ho.”
You are interested, but you don’t allow the momentum to build to help you when you focus on why you don’t want to do it. When you focus on what you don’t want or don’t like, reactivating your old beliefs that you have to study, you don’t like to study, studying can be not comfortable, then you introduce resistance and never allow your enthusiasm to grow.
When you focus on what you want and why you want it, you allow momentum to grow to inspire you to where taking the class ism the next logical and comfortable step.
Why do you want to be that profession? What emotions do you want to feel?
Woah, i heard awesome sounding guitar and drum sounds in my mind Brian. Appreciate what you said, Yes those questions, why I want to be in that profession and the emotions to feel. Your advice is like the breath of fresh air, good energy vibration advice, thank you. Yes woah :D
Looking to do the course in the new year now. So getting your advice is valuable to me Brian. I hope its helped others who are doing the same.
Right now I have decided to make peace with my nursing career and find an area of nursing to go into. My current employment unfortunately is drying up with hours. So I have an interview this Thursday in a different location one hour south of me, so I hope it goes well.
Then once I am in a better mindset, and feel content, will look at the animal health care course. I know I have been resisting nursing and seeking a quick change into something else. My inner voice says Make peace with nursing, you are in it and find an area you will enjoy.
So I have applied for Red Cross Blood Bank so many times and unsuccessful, so I am going to visualise getting a job with the company and finally getting in to work there. That is my dream nurse job :)
“My current employment unfortunately is drying up with hours.”
How does that thought feel?
Does that thought help you feel better or help you feel worse?
Because if it doesn’t help you feel better, then never mention it again and shift it to another thought that helps you feel better when you think it.
“My inner voice says Make peace with nursing . . .”
You’re learning to emotionally nurse yourself to feeling your natural well-being, so that you know from your own experience how to then help others even better.
Thank you Brian :D