State of the Industry
After 6 wonderful months with my son, I made the transition from maternity leave back to practice, this is what I learned.
Lately, I’ve decided it’s not worth the bother to champion my cause with confrontation and arguments.
This is a post about motivation, but not the rah rah kind….
Admittedly, I am not your average doctor. Vulnerability is in my medicine cabinet.
I never sought out to be a writer. I never wanted to write a book. And I definitely didn’t think of myself as a “good” writer.
When I graduated from Naturopathic medical school I looked for diverse opportunities to practice. These are my experiences, good and bad.
If you are a doctor (or medical student) you are at risk of developing depression.
How I survived depression to help others recover from the mental illnesses using Naturopathic and orthomolecular medicine.
I couldn’t get patients to see me. Every time I failed, I could feel the debt over my shoulders grow heavier.
It’s more than the cost of paying someone to build your site versus the headaches of making your own from scratch that you need to consider.