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5 Ways To Deal When The World Breaks Your Heart

I was in a texting disagreement this week and was incredibly proud of my sassy, clever messages. I honestly didn’t think I still had my high school sass still in me. As I gloated to my mom about how I was able to be an excellent wordsmith with my short and spicy texts, I heard […]

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5 Things My Sister Taught Me

I am coming up on the fifth anniversary of my sister’s death and I had someone say to me, “It’s been such a long time now, it’s time to move on.” Such an interesting concept, isn’t it? This person felt that because I mentioned it would be five years this Sunday, that I hadn’t moved […]

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5 Reasons Physicians Need To Be On Twitter

The first physician I worked with to get on social media was 100 percent against it. I can still recall the conversation on the phone with him as I explained to him a great idea I had for a chat and his Twitter presence. I almost felt guilty for encouraging him to take time away […]

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5 Ways You’re Missing The Point Of Social Media

Sometimes people just miss the point, right? I mean, you’re going along having a conversation that you feel the other person is understanding, and then they say something that just completely blows your mind. You suddenly realize they do not get the point AT ALL of what you’re saying. I feel like that’s happening more […]

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5 Things To Learn From A WWII Veteran

Memorial Day is coming up, and while it is technically a day to honor the fallen, I think it’s also an important time to remember those that gave so much to their country and survived. That’s why I am flying to Wisconsin this weekend to spend the day with my 91 year old grandpa who […]

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Why We Need To Talk About Suicide

I was 15. It was the weekend after homecoming and I was coming off the high of having my first official date. When I went into my first period math class and sat down next to my bff Amy, she quickly said, “Ryan shot himself.” Ryan was one of four of us that grew up […]

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