I've just enrolled in a correspondence course, have plans to take a couple of Workshops next year, and have somewhat of an idea of what I want my path to Midwifery to look like. I had planned to take these Workshops, get farther along in my studies, and start looking for Midwives to assist (not apprentice with) at the end of next year so that I have a good foundation to work with.
Well, I recently came into an opportunity to assist a Midwife in Tennessee (which isn't far from where I am), and met up with her last week. I'm not sure what to make of the meeting, to be honest. We didn't seem to get along, disagreed about a few things that I didn't understand her reason for bringing up in the first place, and just seemed to clash. The window to work with her is still open, but I'm not sure if I should stick to my original plan or work with someone I'm incompatible with. What would you ladies suggest? What would be more important, the experience, or being able to work well with someone?