At this point, Stern is sent for internship at a hospital, where she has to assist nurses and help with anything they need. As soon as she got there, the nurses were ignoring her, acting rude, and disrespecting her, which showed that they do not care about her at all. They do not ask her for any help, and when she tries to help they either tell her to leave or completely ignore her. In one of the scenes, a nurse asks her to go help out this patient who has been in a coma since several weeks ago. The patient's daughter was with her and she was depressed to see her mother lifeless like that. As soon as Stern goes into their hospital room, she stands on top of the patient and says, "Hello". Right after that, the patient opens her eyes. The daughter gets extremely happy and tells Stern that she has saved her mother's life. This scene made me feel truly happy for Stern because she is finally observed as useful by the ignoring nurses. This part is unique because there is a major twist in in the tone of her writing. She starts off in a depressed and informative tone, but after this scene it feels as if she has a huge smile across her face. It now made me realize that helping people out and making them happy makes me happy also. Especially in Stern's case, who was failing all the class practice cases for saving patients, this was an immense boost leading her forward with a positive attitude.