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What motivates you to want to help people?
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It has always been a part of my life, growing up my family has always instilled in me the importance of helping people. Not just physically, but emotionally as well, Whenever something was wrong I was always taught to talk about your feelings or anything that was bothering you. In relation to the physical aspect, my parents own a personal care home, so the fact that I always seen that helping people is a positive thing for both you and the patient, I wanted to be able to do that as well. It is very rewarding.
I have always wanted to help people. When I was 22, I watched my friends older brother who is a paramedic successfully resuscitate a drowning kid and from then on I wanted the ability to save a life.
I have always wanted to help people, but seeing what different disease proecesses can do to a body made me want to enter into the health profession.
I love to teach people about how to better themselves.
People would always ask me for help to show them where a place is. I would either walk with them or point them in that direction. They were very appreciative afterwards and tat's why I want to help people.
The gratitude and unbelievable feeling I feel within after helping a patient get better. The sincere thank you's touch my heart.
It's is my nature and personality to want to help people. Mi enjoy seeing a patient smile.
I am a care give by nature, I started babysitting when I was 11 and then when I started high school I got a job at a nursing home as a feeder aide for patients who could not feed themselves and I did that all through high school, right after high school I worked as a nanny for 2 small children and as an in home care giver for home care and elder services, its just something that I have always done and it comes natural to me.
I have always enjoyed taking care of people even when I was little I would be the one in charge of the band aids and that sort of thing then growing up I still enjoyed that sense of fullfillment when someone felt better because of something I did.
The genuine satisfaction I get from helping change peoples lives.