Well I'm feeling pretty good right now.
About two months ago I was so nervous at school, and it takes a lot to get me nervous, I didn't want to go. I have always hated the idea of needles. Having someone give the shots, piercings, tattoos, ect given to me doesn't bother me in the least, but administering the injections, piercing skin like that, it makes me shiver. I have always been afraid of it. So when I found out we'd be giving them seven to eight times and day, I began to get nervous. At first I would feel myself getting emotional and the urge just to give up, but I didn't and I got it done. My arms and hands were so tense I would shake after when I tried to relax. I hated it.
Today I had to give four injections and I hardly hesitated, my hands don't shake and I was pretty calm. It feels good to face something you hate and get over it. I am nowhere near as sufficient as I need to be, but more practice is all I need, any volunteers?