In my department we often talk about our emotional tanks–what fills them and what drains them. We teach that we all need to fill our tanks faster than they drain.
Take a look at the best dose of medicine I received this week.
I’m tired. I’m done in. I crave the restful and restorative.
Six weeks flew by faster than I imagined. Formal physical therapy has ended, and I’m on my own.
Learning comes with every new phase of life. Some tasks we learn once and they’re embedded into our muscle memory. Others need constant review.
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” Confucius
For me, it began with a misstep.
I thought staying out of the Emergency Room was a great idea. My body and the stairs disagreed.
I’ve been living with mystery maladies for more than 3 years. I’d like the mystery to end. I’m tired of having my body go awry and having no good reason for it—as far as anyone I know can tell.
I think I have a clue why the health insurance industry is having a few problems.
I’m more deficient than we thought. Well, my blood is.