Month: May 2012

True, True, and Very Funny

True, True, and Very Funny

A few  lighthearted moments from practice: A gentleman of advanced age came in with swelling of the ankles. It was important to ask him if he had any chest pain with activity. Me: “Do you have any chest pain with activity?” He: “Activity?” Me: “Yes, […]

Taking care of ourselves

Taking care of ourselves

We, as modern-day Americans, are way too busy. We work ridiculous hours; we overschedule our kids; we overcommit ourselves.   Not a clinic session goes by without at least one of my patients describing how they feel stressed, anxious, depressed, or worse. They have panic […]

Perspective….

Perspective….

It’s been a rough week, with hubby traveling, baby up once or twice a night. I’m particularly bogged down at work, and I’m exhausted. But as tired as I am, I’m also tired of writing posts about how tired I am. How incredibly hard and yet […]