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Accountability

I’m big on accountability, because that’s what my student need. But I’ve got to be compassionate. If you’re not able to take certain classes because you’re kicked out all the time, you’re not just hurting on a daily basis – … Continue reading

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Better Together

“I alone don’t have everything a patient needs,” “[I’m a Licensed Social worker] because I have other health professionals around me that help me provide care to these patients. I could not have done this on my own.”

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4 Steps to Dying With Dignity

1. Know and honor your choices. “We find that what makes the dying process less scary is having agency over how that’s going to happen,” “That means everything from stopping treatment to pursuing all treatment options, from dying at home to … Continue reading

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Platform

If you have a platform and you’re not using it for good and awareness and helping others, then what are you doing? – Willow Smith Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real … Continue reading

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Death with Dignity

As an experienced emergency-medicine physician, I believe we should do everything we can to avoid deaths filled with suffering and fear. For those terminally ill patients who can qualify, our state’s Death with Dignity law allows them the option to … Continue reading

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