Away from your family and friends.
Some you will never forget.
"Forgive yourself not just for what has happened in the past, but for all the things that will happen in the year ahead. Look, unless you happen to be, say, Kate Middleton, it’s likely that you haven’t been perfect this year. You weren’t patient every minute, you weren’t generous at every chance, you were sometimes lacking in courage and occasionally unkind. You haven’t done everything you wanted to do. But that’s okay. You are trying. And you will continue to make mistakes in the future. And that will be okay, too. So make an ambitious life list. Plan wonderful things. And preforgive yourself for the missteps you are bound to make, the times you will balk, the interactions in which you will be grumpy, the chances you may fail to take, the opportunities you will miss, the times you will fail spectacularly. The times you will fail mundanely. The frustrations you will take out on others, on yourself. Forgive yourself, so that you can try great new things. Make your own confidence possible.”
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/spirit/People-to-Forgive-How-to-Forgive/5#ixzz2lgdPband
when a patient is able to just lift their hips so I can switch out their pad by myself