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Comprehensive psychiatric nursing (5th ed) (pp. 143-161). St. Louis: Mosby. withhold important information for fear of being judged. The nurse may be unable or even unwilling to refrain from judging immediately but needs to be aware of these attitudes to diminish their impact on the patient. Rescue Feelings The nurse may believe that he or she is the only person who really understands the patient and will be the one to save or cure a patient. This usually involves some internal needs of the nurse that are often reinforced by the patient.