Welcome back! Last week, we chatted about the suicide rates in our elderly. If you missed it, click HERE to catch up! We hope you took that seriously and check in on your loved ones, friends, and co-workers often. This week, we welcome Dr. Lei Ross. Dr. Ross will lead us
Welcome back! Last week we were given a lesson in forgiveness, something we can all benefit from in one way or another, right? Sometimes it’s so hard to forgive, but at the end of the day, it’s what is best for us, and really has little to do with the
Welcome back! Last week we heard from a man who struggled with his parents’ hoarding behaviors when he was a child. He wondered out loud if this had potentially led to his mental health issues, and worried he, too, may turn into his parents. Striking and raw disclosures, but many
Welcome back! Last week we read a heartbreaking story from Maggie Cook. Our hearts really went out to her and her family, didn’t they? This week, we hear from a man who blogs anonymously as well, about his life growing up with parents who were hoarders. He will tell us
Welcome back! A new month and a new topic. You have all been asking for something on children and mental health, and we are so happy to say we heard you and found just the right doctor for the task. You will love this DO’s perspective! I encourage you to
Welcome Back! Our guest community blogger last week, Tracy Gonzalez, really touched your hearts. Our community bloggers this month were courageous both in their personal journey’s and their ability to share their stories. We thank you. I would also like to thank our guest DO, Dr. Laura Rosch for contributing.
Welcome back! Wow, last week you really responded to what Dr. Rosch had to share with us! So happy you were interested in taking back your lives! Well, you are in for a treat…because the next two weeks we are featuring women from your communities that have done just that.
Welcome back! Last month was very interesting as we were able talk honestly about the Doctor/Patient relationship. Some of you felt very strongly about this. The topic this month is one that our community readers have been asking for. That all important question: Is it more important to eat right,
Welcome back! Last week we started a month long discussion on the Doctor/Patient relationship, facilitated by Dr. Deb Roman. This week’s response to her blog comes from Jan Guttormsen. Jan makes many good points in her blog, and I would bet most of you can, and will, relate. Feel free
Welcome back! After a month of looking at Chronic Illness, we learned that taking care of ourselves is very important. When you are on an airplane, you are instructed to put on your own oxygen mask FIRST, so that you may then help others. We should be mindful of our
Welcome back! Last week we heard from our new Guest DO, Dr. Maureen Sacon, regarding our new topic, Pain and Suffering. She gave us a lot to think about, didn’t she? This week, we hear from a young lady who is only 29 years old, and has been through so