Resilience

New Research Study Exploring “Nursing Faculty Resilience”

If you are full-time nursing faculty in the U.S. or Canada, please take a few minutes (less than 15) to complete this survey. Your participation is greatly appreciated as we explore “Nursing Faculty Resilience”. Please contact me with any questions.

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Resilience

Moral Courage: Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures

Yesterday, the New York Times published an op-ed by a member of the POTUS’ inner circle, “I am part of the Resistance, Inside the Trump Administration“. This article clearly depicts the moral distress experienced by someone who is working for a narcisssist. An “amoral” individual.

I am able to empathize with those who are caught in the dreadful trap of moral distress. Fear of retaliation is a very real thing and it affects more than just the employee. It takes great moral courage to speak out and I know this op-ed came from a place of desperation. A need to be heard. I pray for these individuals – that they will be protected from the very real dangers of working under a narcissist. Desperate times call for desperate measures. I hope their desperation is seen as a cry for help and a selfless act meant to rescue our country from a looming disaster.