October 2014

As Breast Cancer Awareness month comes to a close, I am reminded of how my views on breast cancer have changed since my surgery. I used to think that breast cancer was a death sentence, but I now see that it’s anything but. For me, breast cancer was a life sentence, in that it gave… LETS GO

In my practice, the most common refrain I hear from parents is, “I’m so worried about my daughter! If she would only study more/be on her phone less/listen to me then I know she would be okay.” I can empathize. My middle child turned 21 last month, and I am finally able to take a… LETS GO