Nursing Leadership And Management DQ # 7 Student Reply Veronica Reverol

The following post is another student post to wish i have to react adding some extra information related to the student post.  APA STYLE AND LESS THAN 20 % SIMILARITY


a- I will leave earlier even if my planned new route was supposed to take me the same time, just because I am unfamiliar with it. I would be apprehensive about this change

b- I will probably meet different people changing my route

c- I will for sure see different sights

d- No, the unknown route would add stress to my drive when my mind will be distracted by the upcoming final.

e- Small changes can be unnerving or refreshing depending on the way they are taken. Still every change creates a level of unrest until adaptation to it happens. The easiness with which changes is accepted has much to do with leadership, and can be seen as improvement and opportunities to grow. (Weiss & Tappen, 2014)


a- As I became a mother I had to quickly adapt to the requirements of my new role, and support my husband in assimilating the changes in his own role and our relationship

b- Yes, even though we are told all the time that having a child will change your life, it is hard to understand how much of a change it will be. From the loss of sleep and the physical challenges, to the psychological changes, I think that we were ill equipped to deal with parenthood as it was.

c- The birth of my child threw out of the window our comfort zone, completely unfreezing our situation, there was no more sleeping through the night, no more independence, no more going out without having to take into account the care of the new member of the family. Changes in routine, sleeping schedules, shopping habits and entertainment habits took place giving way to the discomfort zone. Adaptation eventually happened to the new normal, allowing refreezing to happen.


Weiss, S. A., & Tappen, R. M. (2014). Essentials of Nursing Leadership and Management. Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis Company.