Nursing Student's AnxietyWed, Jan 4th 2006
I was wondering about anxiety disorders. I have just gotten into nursing school and have been having problems remembering, spelling and writing thing down. Can anxiety bring thing like this on or is it a neurological problem. I am also having problems with staring and sometime I stare at people and look a places that are inappropriate. I do not feel that I have a problem with sexual orientation but I keep staring at peoples chests. It has gotten worse of late and it is really beginning to bother me. If I am this stressed out do you think that this mental disorder will make me a really awful nurse or unable to practice at all. I just don't know what to do. If feel like I am screaming on the inside all of the time. Thanks for your help in this matter.
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