Extraordinary doctor-patient relationship skills need to be acknowledged and appreciated. Here are some examples!
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My body felt lighter on Thursday when I drove away from my tax accountant’s office. One more time I was being challenged to accept and let go … a recurring theme in my life. I came to acceptance of writing and publishing my memoir as a hobby … not as a business. I’ve had too […]
Monday, Nicole and I traveled to Columbus for her six-month check-up at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center. The sun shown brightly and the traffic on I70 was light, so it was a good trip. As usual, we stopped in Hilliard to grab lunch at an authentic Mexican restaurant, En Vaquero. It beats fast food. Once […]
I believe that most of us long to be heard and understood. Before I retired as an Imago Therapist, a major part of my work with couples involved helping them hear and understand each other. Imago Therapists teach couples a listening skill designed to promote understanding at a deep level, suspending a common need to […]
“…for when I am weak, then I am strong.” ~II Cor. 10b Due to website problems preventing subscribers from receiving posts, this is a re-post of my September 11 post. The most important instruction given to those writing a memoir is to be honest about our shortcomings and to be generous in describing others so as […]
“…for when I am weak, then I am strong.” ~II Cor. 10b The most important instruction given to those writing a memoir is to be honest about our shortcomings and to be generous in describing others so as not to demonize them. That is why we are encouraged to wait until the stings of life no […]