Young Tibetan Mother of Two, Now a Licensed Registered Nurse

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Interview with Dechen Wangmo, of Washington D.C. who worked all her way to obtain a license to practice Nursing, while caring for two little children and keeping a job most of the time, with the first child born when she was only 26. Wangmo said that the most difficult part of it was during the final two years of Nursing when she had to be on the back and call of her supervisors. However, she said she believed in her mission and gave it all, and trusted that she would be successful, no matter how hard she had to work for it. Wangmo’s inspiring story is one of determination, persistence, real diligence, and a classic example of proper time management.