Our Experience from the frontlines of COVID-19

Our closest friends and family often don’t realized the day in and day of out of life of our calling to medicine…But listening for understanding is always helpful! As someone who’s mission is to advocate for you and your families health”, I’ve been very slow and spars with sharing our families experience during the COVID pandemic, but as numbers continue to rise in the United States it seems like the appropriate time.

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3 Biggest Challenges Of Medical Marriages During Residency (And How To Over come Them)

You need to connect, connect, connect — as much as you can.

I don’t care how you do it, but do it.

Even if it’s a text, phone call, FaceTime, or quick 🍆

Send pics, make jokes, and make them realize (and miss!) what they’re missing out at home.

Obviously there will be times when they won’t respond like while they’re seeing patients or in a procedure. (But be reassured, they would respond if they could.) But keep trying to connect.

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An Answer for those Married but Single Parenting

Yesterday, while shopping at Sam’s Club the kids and I of course stopped by the pancake and syrup samples lady. It was organic syrup so I didn’t feel quite as bad allowing my children to devour…allowing myself to devour a piece. A middle aged, Columbia wearing gentlemen came up and commented to the worker that […]

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