In the summer of 2014 I became a CNA, I vividly remember my clinicals, and the CNA position I had accepted shortly after. I worked briefly at South Bay Acute Center in Chula Vista. I worked Night Shifts, and although it was a heavyload because CNA's were assigned 18-24 clients per shift, it was simultaneously rewarding to make connections with individuals. . I loved the time I spent there. I got to know many of the residents and heard some interesting historical perspectives from men who fought in WWII. It is a privileged to hear their experience. I enjoy hearing how they became the person that they are today. I developed more of an interest in interpersonal relations, specifically, one on ones. I prefer to provide a deeper level of care which is how I became a caregiver. I've been caregiving since 2014. I am majoring in psychology and my experience as a caregiver has played a role in pushing me towards this major. Mental health is important , and it's important to show love.