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Category Archives: Re-Blogs
Originally posted on Behind the White Coat:
How do we stay connected as humans beings as we retreat from our patients and from each other behind gloves and masks and face shields? I have been pondering this. Back in the…
Originally posted on Cordelia's Mom, Still:
CORDELIA’S MOM’S WORDS OF PSEUDO-WISDOM: Don’t allude to puppies for two weeks prior to Valentine’s Day and then give your loved one a card and a candy bar instead. *** HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!…
Here’s an established blogger/advisor with sense. This post is especially relevant to some my newer readers who may be struggling with their own sites and wondering if they’re doing everything “right” – there is no right or wrong; every blogger … Continue reading