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Shortly after publishing episode 82 back in October, my son, Gray, was hospitalized. What I expected to be a few days in the intensive care unit turned out to be a much longer, more grueling experience than I could have ever imagined. Gray was admitted for over three months. During this time I practically lived at the hospital. Now that Gray has returned home…read more
Lesson Two - Perspective Perspective can change so quickly. What we used to be overjoyed about can become routine and “no big deal” quite quickly. Sometimes we even become disappointed. I remember when I was in my first few months of private practice, I used to...read more
Lesson One Though I’d certainly prefer to learn my lessons in a different way, spending the last 2 months in the pediatric intensive care unit with my son has taught me a lot. Just as I've spent the past 8 years sharing what I've learned in private practice with you,...read more