Tag Archives: mental health

Technology

Rediscovering this article Judge: 84-year-old doctor who doesn’t use computer can’t regain license left me a) wondering if Dr. Anna Konopka is still alive (a quick Google search produced no updates) b) reminded me of Dr. Seth Hazlitt, the fictional … Continue reading

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Presidential Election

I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I agree with this piece. Michelle Obama’s Democratic National … Continue reading

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The Power of a Second Opinion

Will my doctor hate me?  Not at all! “A lot of people think that if they want a second opinion, their physician will be offended,” says neurologist Orly Avitzur, MD, medical adviser at Consumer Reports. “But when a patient tells … Continue reading

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Spoiled Kindness

Reading the journal entry  “Edible Donations”  – Just those two words made me smile and brought back a flood of memories, but it also became another topic of clinical supervision. The issue was I am an avid gardener. I would … Continue reading

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Challenge one at a time

 Keep it simple when you to grasp of how certain actions make you feel, choose one that you would like to change. The others will remain mentally present but try to keep this choice at the forefront of your thoughts. … Continue reading

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