Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Power of Empathy

The following is a short letter I wrote for my fellow colleagues. It is my wholehearted belief that the greatest gift we can give a patient is the gift of compassion. Whether in times of great duress, emotional or physical stress, or simple anxiety over a perceived unfair wait time, the ability to empathize with […]

The Enamoured Heart

Love is a curious, mysterious thing. It is an always distant, ever persistent ache that can’t quite be measured or defined by those left outside of its burning grasp. The littlest of us can wield it with an unabashed vigor borne of innocence and naivety; their mothers empowered by the maternal rushes of driven determination. […]