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Key Points from Books: The Examined Life

The last book I picked to read in 2021 was rather unique, far from the fields I’m working in or from the other books I have been reading over the year. The Examined Life is written by psychoanalyst Stephen Grosz … Continue reading

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Medical Student View on Medicine and Death

-I kept the ultrasound. Someone I never met.- It was a usual morning in the neurology ward I studied at, beginning with patient’s morning assessment and completed with morning report. Suddenly we hear a man shouting outside the room, he … Continue reading

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Human and Desperation

“Don’t dare a person who has nothing else left to lose.” ― Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Kiss an Angel I was on neurology department for my medical clerkship this month when a 19 years old women came two weeks ago. She is having … Continue reading

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Enjoying More of the Present, Understanding the Illusion of Time

It seems that now everything is a race, many people trying to be the best in various aspect of life we are living, whether it is health, relationship, job, possession, travel, and anything we can think of. We compare ourselves … Continue reading

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