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Viagra deaths A terrible injustice is being perpetrated against a very dear friend.
Viagra deaths Zippy is being held hostage.
Viagra deaths Dr. Viagra deaths Rob told me about this at Blog World Expo.
Viagra deaths We know where he is.
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The story of the nursing student who was expelled for blogging got me thinking.
Just what can you write about on your blog?
Well, viagra deaths you can write on just about any topic.
It’s not a case of what you say, viagra deaths it’s how you say it.
So how can you make sure that your blog post won’t get you fired (or expelled)?
Three things come to mind:
- Blog about the issue.
Viagra deaths Got a co-worker that is driving you nuts because they steal your Diet Pepsi from the fridge? Got a manager that makes life hell? Tired of taking abuse from the “regular” drug-seeking patient who has called you fifty different names for a female dog?
Viagra deaths Great! You have blogging material! But…instead of insulting the people involved (as tempting as that may be), viagra deaths make that blog post about respecting your co-worker’s space and property. Viagra deaths Or the top five traits you think a manager should possess. Viagra deaths Or how to stay cool in the face of verbal abuse. Whether you use real or hypothetical examples to illustrate your point, viagra deaths make your point about the issue, viagra deaths not the person.
Viagra deaths Did something good/bad/funny/sad/dumb/crazy/awful/miraculous happen on your shift?
Viagra deaths As a blogger, viagra deaths you’re first thought is “whoa, viagra deaths I am so blogging about this!” And you can!
Viagra deaths Later.
Viagra deaths Let some time pass before blogging. Viagra deaths This is prudent whether you blog anonymously or under your own name. Viagra deaths Time gives perspective, viagra deaths a chance to see underlying issues and an opportunity to keep emotions (and any inappropriate statements) in check.
- Choose your words.
Viagra deaths It is possible to blog about a difficult, viagra deaths sensitive or emotional topic and do it without being derogatory or insulting. You can be humorous, viagra deaths sarcastic and over-the-top or angry, viagra deaths frustrated and at the end-of-your-rope and still convey an underlying sense of empathy and respect.
Viagra deaths What is laughed at over a margarita after work is not necessarily appropriate for a blog. What we post in a blog is a reflection of ourselves (and the nursing profession). Viagra deaths Don’t just hit the keyboard in a blast of blogorrhea. Viagra deaths Think about how your words will “sound” to someone else’s eyes.
If you do these things, viagra deaths I think you can pretty much blog about anything and everything without worrying about your blog bouncing back and biting you in the butt.
Because it’s not so much what you say…
…it’s how you say it.