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Keeping “It Gets Better” in Check

Keeping “It Gets Better” in Check By Sarah Paschall As my husband is just months away from completing his medical residency and starting practice, I’m reminded of a mantra that I’ve heard bantered around in medical circles for a while now: It gets better. On the surface level, this idea of “it gets better” provides […] Continue reading →

Balancing Interfaith Holidays

Balancing Interfaith Holidays By Julie Berkowitz Newman           Ah, ‘tis the season.  For stress. The holidays have been marketed as joyous celebrations, with visions of snowflakes, crackling fires, and familial harmony floating before our eyes. Of course, a good portion of the country won’t have snow or temperatures cool enough to […] Continue reading →

Home For the Holidays?

Home For the Holidays? By Physician Family Readers (Editor’s Note: As we gear up for the holiday season, the physician family is often reminded that the doctor’s schedule doesn’t necessarily mean a holiday for all of us. In the first issue of Physician Family, we asked a question about medical families and holidays and here […] Continue reading →