We are reminded each time we fly that in the event of an emergency we must first put on our own oxygen masks before assisting others. The lesson that underlies this instruction is plain to see: we cannot take care
While the promise of innovations like email, smart phones, and social networking was bringing us all closer together, it often feels that they have only made it harder
Postpartum Depression: It’s Not Just for Moms Anymore! Postpartum, the period of time following childbirth, after delivery, as Merriam-Webster defines it, in today’s society automatically conjures up images of mothers and depression.
Procrastination: An Age Old Problem Affecting People of All Ages I still haven’t done this…I meant to do that this week…I’m so lazy These are common phrases I hear from patients.
Life is about shared experiences. Sometimes the way we see situations is similar to how others see them. And sometimes, not. But, by sharing and communicating we ultimately learn more about ourselves and those around us.