This paper provides my reflection and examination of a typical incidence that elucidates the challenge of violence against nurses and physicians in the healthcare facilities. Literature records that nurses often come to contact with the outsiders of the cl inic and are at high chances of meeting violence. Hence, it is significant to learn from the past event through a reflection on practice. In my case, I encountered a violence case when I tried to intervene in a case when one of the patient’s visitors came to disagreement with the nurse on duty on how to position a comatose patient. Accordingly, the narrative presented in this article shows my reflection on practice within the confines and guidelines of Gibbs’ model of reflection on practice that runs from the narrative of the event, what was bad, what was good, an evaluation of the event and the action plan. Nevertheless, I noticed that such challenges as violence are inescapable and that I need to inculcate a sober mind and think within the professional boundaries.