I’ve seen and heard a lot within life in general, however, working as a caregiver within the healthcare field one gets to see an additional variety of tragic situations.
When I went to work I did my job then left to go home. I never got attached to anyone of my clients and I never dealt with any of the coworkers.
It was just another job to me as I purely communicated on a professional level.
I didn’t take work home with me and I didn’t bring anything from home to work. Neither one had anything to do with the other.
Once I got home, the job was all forgotten about, except for anticipating pay day!
All I desired to do was to relax and enjoy the peace and contentment within my own life.
There was one thing I kept in mind from working in healthcare, though, and that was the misfortune in other people’s realities.
After encountering all of the people I have along with their families and observing the predicaments surrounding them I realized just how fortunate and lucky I really was and have been.
I’ve looked at all of the mental and physical afflictions and personal problems that plagued these people and would never want to undergo any of their conditions.
Everyone I’ve came into contact with wasn’t in a bad way. The ones who were suffered tremendously all struggling within their own ailments and life circumstances.
As one behind the scenes I got to see everything from a raw angle. I knew what really went on in some of the hospitals and assisted living facilities with corrupt staff as well as in the homes of these clients with no good family members.
A few of the clients themselves weren’t any good either and what they’ve done in life could’ve made them end up the way they are now.
On this path I’ve also met quite a few nice people along with their families who had treated me very well and who were very hospitable and generous toward me.
They made me feel so comfortable and welcomed and I had provided great care for their loved ones.