Posts Tagged Spirituality

Spirituality, Religion and Smart Patienting

With two major religious holidays upon us, it seems like a good time to share my thoughts on belief systems and patients. My family will celebrate Easter this weekend. I have many friends who are celebrating Passover, too. But this post will not be about religion — not really. I believe there are big differences […]

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The Gray or Plaid Approach to Health Care

All or nothing, black or white — I just don’t get it. In the past few days I’ve had this conversation a few times, so now I’ll share it with you. My friend and neighbor (I’ll call him Ted) suffers from a very slow-growing brain tumor. He asked me to watch a DVD with him […]

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Children, Death and Spirituality

My head is spinning since my radio interview this morning with Dr. Sarah Friebert from Akron Children’s Hospital. I was fascinated by our conversation, and I’ll admit, I get a bit choked up thinking back on it. If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you know I’m a spiritual person. I believe […]

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