Tag Archives: What would you do ?

Electronic vs. Handwritten: A Thank You Note

The question in this day and age is often not if you should you send a thank you note after your interview, but whether to do it electronically or through old fashion snail mail? I have read two articles lately … Continue reading

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Starting a Conversation

Pretend you just won $5 million. What’s the first thing you would buy? What do you think is the hardest thing about being a parent? What are you most thankful for this year? If you could have named yourself, what … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Patients deserve Execution

The headline jumped out at me like a bright neon elephant in print: “Dementia Argument Delays Execution.” Dementia and execution are two words that should never be placed in the same sentence. The associated press had my attention. I settled … Continue reading

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Pleasantly Plump

My wife has put on a few pounds, to the extent that it is probably not good for her long-term health. My wife is attractive, takes good care of herself, and has no current health problems, but I am concerned … Continue reading

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The Long Con

My “What Would You Do?” seminars are filled with tough, thought provoking clinical issues. So, I was happily surprised to find the anecdote below in my bin. It is one I will share with my students, but I would also … Continue reading

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