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Re: I bet you'll be great daisym

Posted by simcha on December 9, 2004, at 1:00:54

In reply to I bet you'll be great simcha, posted by daisym on December 9, 2004, at 0:32:58


You did this with kids? I bow to you many times for that....

I have a hard enough time managing myself and my kitty. Keeping a social life is next to impossible. I need intimacy too.

At the moment I'm taking a super stress complex that has vit c, b-1, b-2, niacin, b-6, folic acid, b-12, biotin, panthenic acid, para aminobenzoic acid, choline, inositol, valerian root powder, hops strobiles powder, and scullcap herb powder. It is supposed to keep my immune system in check and help my stress level in check and to keep it on a slow burn.

Also, I've diverticulitis(sp?).... bad gas and cramping. I take charco-caps in between meds and meals and lactobacillus acidophilus, lactobacillis bifidus. This helps with the gas, cramping, and nutient absorption.

I just started the supplements. I take enough darn pills and meds with asthma and depression, so for me to take supplements, you know I'm desperate. :)

I'm also eating a lot of leafy greens, nuts, seeds, whole grains, beans, tomatoes, and lots of fruit.

So, I just need to walk more and that would help with the stress..

Thanks for the vote of confidence... Sometimes my inner critic really beats the heck out of me....

And.. in the Bay Area we have Peets which is far superior to starbucks (at least in my opinion, it's local and a chain that has better roasts, mmmmm). I have a card and I use it regularly.... lol ;-)

Oh, and humility is not something that has not come naturally to me. Trainees must be humble and allow themselves to be taught. It's part of the deal.

Actually we get more training and education than MDs and we don't get the same money or the respect. So you have to love this profession to do it or be crazy. I'm both... ;-)


> Sounds like you've thought about this a lot. It must be very hard to be a trainee. Negotiating not only your clients but your supervisor's needs is a balancing act. Good thing you have your own therapist!
> I remember what it was like having small children, working on my thesis and working too. I taught classes at the hospital at night and I was always worried I'd nod off during the movies. :)
> Take your vit. C and eat right. And keep your Starbucks card handy!




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