I have a confession to make … it is a part of me is eager to return to work. I love my job, I’m good at it and I love the diversity of patients we serve. I am an ultrasound technologist / xray in the small town I grew up and worked hard to get where I am. When I got out of my maternity leave I could ‘t wait to be gone, terrible attitude. As elsewhere in health care, we are missing, and I was gutted. When away from him for about a year now, I realize that I will miss and be a pro. I also very funny as a mother at home with my son every day … We can ‘t have everything! The only thing I’m nervous stress of my job, I can not always leave my work at work and sometimes they return home. Expenses related to a health care worker are varied. As raised in the medical imaging department in the city, I am (my family for several generations here), I meet people I know. As I diversifiedembark on a large number of sick people who I know or know. It makes my job even more stressful … often know the patient has a medical problem before they do (as I see it, because I was the review clock). This is the hardest part. My concern is that this affects my son. As health workers deal with stress by what they do and see every day and not take them home? I asked some colleagues as they deal with all that, here are some of the responses I received only .- time to think and cry if necessary Be.-Bubble Baths-A glass of wine, time to the family and just take time for the family-friends-a hobby, be it running, photography, recovery of the animals / pets, scrapbooking …- what you have and thanks to the superior power of your life to get answers as varied as it.The people asked, and not one person said they didn ‘t work with sometimes at home. What I learned that you find what works for you, what do you do to the disclosure of this information and not need itabout how your own. When I started, I felt guilty that information in my head and know what this family was on the face. Not able to say something to them, let them know that I keep … as if all good, but the application of that ‘Your doctor will soon get their hands on you don ‘. This is my fight, and what I bring to Don ‘t want to go home. Growing up with a mother who knew a nurse that I gave to these struggles, she said that’s what makes a good health care workers … caring.Being which a mother is something I like and I like it, a health worker. I am very grateful to be able both.So my question is: How are you, or if you even try to separate the two?