Way back in the 1980’s, I was a resident in Family Medicine. Our training was a mix of hospital-based clinical training, rotating through all the usual specialties: internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, emergency medicine, etc. Another significant part of our training was outpatient clinical work. We started slowly, one half day per week […]Read More Medical Misinformation
I. Askew or ask you Point of view an opinion Perspective matters. II. The triggered brain Sees everything as threat Survival trumps all. III. Of course its skewed Rationality missing Passion or terror. IV. Fear easily rules The challenge still remains to Choose love anyway. V. Winter dark and grey Relentless, […]Read More Skewed?
A few weeks ago, I was looking at a listing of local triathlons, curious about what was available. As I suspected, there are quite a few, from low-key sprint races put on by parks and recreation departments to a full Ironman. Perusing the listings, I was surprised to find myself intimidated and overwhelmed at times. […]Read More intimidated