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Heart of Oncology Nursing

Looking for Hope and Forgiveness

Katherine M. Zahasky
John Collier
CJON 2012, 16(1), 93-94 DOI: 10.1188/12.CJON.93-94

Facing and owning up to my mistakes was something I learned as a child. In our house, if you told the truth and admitted what you had done wrong, there was no punishment. If you decided to run, hide, or lie, punishment was swift and non-negotiable, with no hope of early release or pardon for subsequent good behavior.

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