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Priceless Proverbs and Inspiration for Your Inner Nurse | Best of Nurse Talk | Show 307

This week on the show…we rewind. Hey you know you don’t listen every week (but you wish you could) so here’s your chance to catch something you might have missed. Enjoy our show.

Casey and Dan talk with a delightful woman named Judith Stark Frost. Judith was a second grade school teacher for 30 years. She loved teaching her kids how to read but even more than that she loved the humorous things they said. She wrote a very funny book called Priceless Proverbs From the Tongue of the Young. How about these: “A penny saved is…not much” and “He who marries for money…better be nice to his wife.” We all know how funny kids can be without even knowing it!

And later in the show RN Rita Batchley talks about her career as a labor and delivery nurse in a southern California public sector hospital. Rita has written an inspirational book for all nurses called Labor Pains, about authentic power and finding your true purpose. A very interesting perspective on connecting with your “inner nurse,” health care reform and social change.

And of course all the tricks…some funny…some….well, questionable.

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Remember, laughter is the best medicine.

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