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By: Misty H.
Cpr Lady & Co
I have had CPR Certification for the past 18 years due to my job. Last night I had with out a doubt the best class I have ever had.The CPR LADY was very professional and informative in her interactions with all of the students and in talking with several of the participants, we all agreed that we finally feel we have the confidence to perform this life saving technique if someone needed it. I have left the classes in prior years some what confused and just prayed that no one ever needed my help ! However Mrs Wike gave us the inspiration and the courage that I know I never had before,and that I now feel I could respond with out hesitation if needed.Her telling us that there is NO BAD CPR, and that really the only BAD CPR is CPR NOT GIVEN ! She told us something is better than nothing in this case, and the victim is at ground zero, meaning anything I do is better than what they are doing with out me ! And they only have up to go from here ! I never thought of it like that before.Whether people live or die is not up to us, and she made sure we understood that, but they have the best chance with us ,( the FIRST RESPONDER that is), than with out us, or just calling 911 and waiting for advance help to arrive.I highly recommend that anyone looking for a relaxed ,informative,professional class give the CPR LADY a try, she was AWESOME !
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