In a society where we often assume the nursing role to be primarily taken up by females, it might come off as strange for some to see male nurses running about in the hospitals or clinics. With such uncertainty, it’s usually common to hear many impressions on what a male nurse is usually not, and how they compare against their female colleagues.
We’ve all heard it happen at least a few times in our lives, from bending down to pick up something we’ve dropped, squatting during an exercise, or even walking down the stairs. The sound of crepitus, or your knees making cracking noises, has often been associated with old age, a lack of exercise, or dismissed as a side effect of fatigue.
The advantages of home nursing is something that many adults can relate to. There’ll be a point in our lives where we’ll find ourselves caring for a sick or elderly relative. As much as we’d like to be by their side at all times, the long hours at work combined with the stresses of caregiving can take a heavy toll on a person. Also, one definitely will not have enough days of leave to take care of their loved one.
When it comes to emotional distress, the solution for most men would not be therapy, but rather to either suck it up, talk to their buddies or kick back a bottle of beer. From a male’s point of view, seeking help from a third party, beyond their very intimate circle, for their stressful feelings are often perceived as a sign of weakness.
Can’t seem to catch up with your favorite television show as a new parent? Or maybe you’ve been turning down outings with your friends due to a hectic schedule at home. For fathers trying to create their own spare time, they can surely relate to these busy situations on a daily basis.
Fortunately, there are experienced fathers out there who’ve gone through the same time constraints and gathered their own little tricks of the trade. If you’re a struggling dad that’s looking to maximize your limited time, here are some ways you can try out without sacrificing your family time!
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Pregnancy can be a stressful time for not only the women, but for their spouses as well. Don’t be fooled, as even fathers face pregnancy worries despite not carrying a child in their bellies. From coping with your wife’s temperamental moods to not knowing what the future holds, the immense pressure of a new baby can weigh down even the most stoic of men.
For a dad who’s expecting his first child, there’s nothing more infuriating than not being able to understand the medical terms being thrown out by your wife’s obstetrician. Wouldn’t it be great to have a glossary for pregnancy, with all it’s unfamiliar terms clearly explained to a guy?
Well, with this handy guide that covers the common terms thrown out by pregnant mothers, medical experts, or even by your disapproving mother-in-law, you’ll be well equipped on catching on these unfamiliar terms without any issues. Now you won’t have to worry about asking your exasperated wife on what an Obstetrician does in the first place!