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Reasons to be Thankful for Healthcare Workers

Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of complaints about retail workers working on Thanksgiving day. While I agree that it’s unfortunate, I can’t help but think of all the nurses and healthcare workers who routinely work on holidays with very little recognition for this sacrifice. It takes a lot for someone to forgo a holiday gathering with family and friends in exchange for catheters and bed pans. Even so, year after year, nurses work Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and many other occasions that they’d rather be at home with their families eating turkey and pumpkin pie.

Most nurses do it for more than just a paycheck or out of pure obligation. It’s difficult to describe the selfless act of caring for the ill at a time when the rest of the country isn’t working. There’s something beautiful and moving about it.

I am so thankful that nurses and all healthcare workers exist and do what they do.

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