Blessed And Stressed

Gosh, it’s been so long since my last post…so much has happened in the time between my last post in August and now. I literally don’t even know where to begin with my updates. What I will say is that I’ve been incredibly busy these past couple of months, so busy that I really hadn’t […]

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2020: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

THIS HAS BEEN ONE HELL OF A YEAR. Like many of you, that’s pretty much the only way I know how concisely sum up this maniacal year. The palpable hope that we all came into the new decade with very quickly devolved into widespread agony, fear and panic as we marched into the first few […]

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The Anguish of Death

Nothing can truly prepare you for the death of a child. Nothing. When I decided to go into the field of pediatrics, I knew that the vast majority of the patient population I served were likely to survive the ailments that came their way, mainly because the bodies of young people are simply more resilient […]

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The Impact of Self-Awareness

Just like many of y’all out there, I’ve had a lot on my mind lately. Between adjusting to pandemic life, fighting against systemic racism on a daily basis and everything in between, there is so much that I want to talk through and do to help try and make this world a better place, but […]

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The Power of Discussions

That extra hour of sleep was very, very clutch. But this also means that it’s going to get darker earlier, which is annoying. Winter is officially coming. And you know what else is coming? ELECTION DAY. 😭😭😭😭😭 I don’t want the Obamas to have to leave the White House!! President Obama is the coolest & chillest […]

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