This nurse’s story, published on Reddit, sparked a thread on /r-all about how she had to go.
The thread has been shared more than 500 times.
I wanted to share my story because I am a nurse and I know that some of the stories shared on /l/ are very personal.
It’s easy to get caught up in a game of the internet when you have a real life relationship.
The thread started off as a response to an article about a nurse who had to “leave” a home nurse because he felt like she was making him feel like shit.
He was upset because she was not being as kind as he wanted.
He told his coworker he was worried about her.
It escalated from there.
When I heard that nurse was the one who had this problem, I was like, this is crazy.
This is ridiculous.
A couple of days later, the thread started going viral, and I started getting a lot of messages from people who felt that the post was too much.
They were also worried that this nurse was being treated unfairly.
The threads got to the point where it was getting annoying.
I had a lot more of my posts deleted because I started posting about the issues that the thread raised.
This has been the most annoying part of this whole ordeal.
I am not saying this has ruined my life.
I’ve had a long and difficult relationship with my parents, and my parents have helped me through many hard times, too.
It’s hard to put it into words, but I felt that this person was treating me poorly, and that I had no right to complain.
I don’t want this to become a pattern.
I want everyone who reads this to think twice before they share the things they have seen on /u/all, because that is not the way that the world works.