If you’ve been a follower of my blog, you would know that I previously did a post about my personal thoughts on Erikson’s Stages of Psychosocial Development.
Tonight’s blog post covers the other half. Continue reading “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: Where Am I?”
If you didn’t know already, ritualistic behavior is heavily associated with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder/Anxiety. And if you didn’t know that…well…don’t start freaking out on me. You’re going to do great! Maybe, I should say. Lol. I don’t want to give you false reassurance (another thing you should know for your exam). I mean, who wouldn’t have a little anxiety before the big test? Am I right? Continue reading “Ritualistic Behavior: What to Do Right Before Your NCLEX”
So, there you are. Sitting in front of your computer, clicking through site after site, comparing prices, reading mind boggling reviews, texting your classmates, watching Youtube videos, switching back and forth to your Facebook account… all while chowing down your lame Ramen excuse for a decent meal. Lol. I’m speculating here. You’re stuck in a rut. You’re here because you still haven’t decided what the heck you’re going to do, to study for that big exam: The NCLEX. The National Council Licensure Examination. After all…this exam will be the sole determinant of whether or not you’ll actually make that RN money. Am I right? What’s the worst that could happen? Some how, you have to manage to compile everything you ever learned during nursing school. Freaked out yet? Don’t be. To tell you the truth, the way I see it, you’re already 60% there. And even if you’re not at this stage yet, stick around. You might find this useful. Continue reading “NCLEX Review Classes: In-person? Online? WHICH ONE???!!!!”