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Back and Forth

“Pendulum: a popular opinion characterized by regular movement from one extreme to another.” This figurative dictionary definition adequately describes what seems to be happening in our society with a number of values considered basic to the well-being of every culture, one of which is marriage. 566 more words

Does Becoming Emotionally Attached to Patients Impact Physicians’ Judgement?

He was a young man, struck head-on by a drunk driver. He arrived conscious and breathing, always good signs in major trauma, but the rapid progression of a complete white-out on his chest x-ray in the ER spoke to a bad prognosis. 421 more words


A Message from Executive Director, Chris Purnell: Community

I expect a lot from community, which means that I’m always disappointed by it. My wife, my kids, my neighbors, my comrades in justice—I want them to enrich me. 563 more words

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

Bucket List Creator

I’ve always wanted to write a bucket list but didn’t know where to start… 

First things first, you will need to have a designated area to writing down you’re bucket list. 125 more words

Just For Fun

I Can’t Take It Any More

The issue of physician burnout and the toll it takes on productivity, loss of skilled physicians from the profession, and worst of all, suicide, is not new. 422 more words

Health Care

Is a Relationship with God a Pre-Requisite for Contentment?

In just five days this video has racked up close to 1.5 million views! Congratulations to her.

I wouldn’t post a critical word about the video if it weren’t for just one agonizing sentence that she says right around the 4 minute mark: 168 more words

My Articles

Mothering My Artist

Last night, I took a little step in my artistic recovery by painting just for fun. When I perceived mistakes, I didn’t self-criticize. I talked to myself just like I would talk to my daughter: with encouragement and guidance. 395 more words