May Peace Be Found Here

May Peace Be Found Here

As I sit in my office, so much confusion, so much sadness, so much despair walks in with each patient every day. From the mother whose child keeps getting in trouble at school, to the husband whose wife struggles to remain sober, to the daughter or spouse watching as one’s memories dwindle thanks to Alzheimer’s disease. [more]

7 Truths for the Difficult Times

7 Truths for the Difficult Times

Life was crashing in around us. At the same time my husband was undergoing treatment for cancer, one of our children was struggling with woes, and we were short-staffed at the office desperately looking for a way to get back on level ground. Options seemed nonexistent. Things only seemed to go from bad to worse, leaving me feel like we had hit rock bottom. [more]

No Admittance

No Admittance

In the dark of night, security called to warn that an intruder had entered our premises. I remained calm and fully expecting to hear it was a false alarm. When the phone rang a second time to alert me that police were on their way, the potential for harm and for loss became very real. [more]

When Crisis Hits

When Crisis Hits

The past six months have been a blur on the windshield of our life. We went from the excited anticipation of the release of my new book, “Hope Prevails: Insights From a Doctor’s Personal Journey Through Depression” to a crashing halt when my husband was diagnosed with cancer the same day my book released. [more]

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