Monthly Archives: April 2015

From Med Student to Physician

The Atlantic recently published an excerpt from Matt McCarthy’s book, The Real Doctor Will See You Shortly: A Physician’s First Year that I highly recommend. It is an amusing take on the knowledge gap between being a medical student and

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Lessons from Scorekeeping

Original version published at symmetrycounseling.com, but shared here with a more personal touch. An unhealthy phenomenon in many long-term intimate relationships is the tendency to keep score. It is not so much keeping score that is the problem but that when

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Spring Break from Reality

Spring Break came and went for us a couple of weeks ago, and we are still struggling to get back into the swing of things — the break was just that nice compared to the usual exhausting routine. What helped

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