I want to tell about a conversation I had during the week with a patient.
Me: “I need you to go to the toilet, empty your bladder, and come back please.”
Him: “Should I come back naked?”
On Friday morning I woke up with the sound of rain. Water pouring down on a thirsty world, thunder lighting up a dark night.
The rain cleared up before I left for work, and I could hear birds singing as the sun rises, declaring a new day.
I was the best mood ever, feeling better than a long time.
My first patient was an elderly woman, living alone in a small apartment after her husband died. She told me how she got to the hospital.
Do you ever have one of those days that you feel sorry for yourself? You feel stressed, sad, angry and depressed. No one can understand what you are going through and there is no light at the end of the tunnel? Sometimes it feels as if it is the end of the world and there is no tomorrow. Continue reading 12 Things I do to stay positive
I am not very good with cars. I am one of those people if you ask me what kind of car someone drives the description will be in the color, for example a red one. If I have to give a better explanation it will be something like a big white car. I am just as bad with faces, but better with numbers.
Sometimes it is easy to react on a specific incident (especially if someone made a mistake), not thinking it can happen to you too. Continue reading It can happen to you too