This Is The Final Day

Originally posted on Employment Counselling with Kelly Mitchell:
As today is December 31st, 2014 I thought I’d remind you that today is the final day. “The final day?”, I can imagine you are asking yourself; what is he talking about? Well I’m just reminding you that as it’s the final day of the year, tomorrow…

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New Year’s Reflection: 2014

None of us truly knows what the future holds. Would we want to if we really think about it? Sometimes surprises, uncertainty, and spontaneity are good! 2014 is just about done and 2015 right around the corner! Typically people make resolutions or set goals for the coming year; I know I do, but I tend…

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Our Small Deeds Define Us

Originally posted on Employment Counselling with Kelly Mitchell:
When we are bucking for a promotion or want to be assigned some project or assignment, is it at these times when we suddenly change our character, act kinder to those in influential positions or conversely do we stay true to whom we a:re throughout? Having just…

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Healing Cancer, Heart Disease, and More – Book Review

Book Review of: Visualizations, Quotes, Private History of Survival, Affirmations, and Guidance to Heal Cancer, Heart Disease and more Psychoneoroimmunology” by Jerry Rhine Jerry is a multiple heart attack survivor and stroke survivor. He suffers from brain damage and struggles with memory, organization, and other cognitive functions-he has damage to the frontal lobe of his…

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Reflections and Seeking Submissions

The holidays and the upcoming New Year celebrations are a time for being with family and friends, gratitude, and reflection. 2014 was a good year for me for many reasons, but much of it having to do with professional growth. I finally finalized the direction to move in professionally, which balances my life in general….

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Medical Students Don’t Learn About Death

Originally posted on markmdmph:
The following is part 1 in a series about death and dying in the medical context. This reflection was written by me earlier this year, before I sought out a Palliative Medicine elective. Part 2 will follow soon. Until the last week of my sub-internship, I had never had a patient…

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The Gift Of Anticipation

Originally posted on Employment Counselling with Kelly Mitchell:
As I write this, it’s early in the morning of Christmas eve and while the anticipation of Christmas morning just 24 hours or less awaits, Anticipation itself is felt before job interviews, while awaiting calls to offer you employment or the fresh start on your ramped-up job…

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