Life & Death

What would life be like if we didn’t have to constantly worry about dying? If we were content enough in our daily lives to give up the fears of simply living then we could be comfortable in a simple death. If you think about it, there aren’t many absolutes in our world. We can countContinue reading “Life & Death”

Living with the Uncertainty of Chronic Illness

“Clinicians can learn from these renegotiated narrative endings to work withpatients to tell a recovery narrative when it is needed to reassure family andfriends and to renegotiate a parallel narrative that reflects the open-endedness ofchronic illness and disability.” -Rebecca Garden, “Telling Stories About Illness and Disability” Rebecca Garden explores the ways in which illness, specificallyContinue reading “Living with the Uncertainty of Chronic Illness”

The Use of Force

I recently read “The Use of Force” by William Carlos Williams which got me thinking about the way our societal views on doctors, nurses, and medicine have evolved in the months since Covid first appeared in the United States. Although this isn’t the fist time in recent memory where a distrust for medicine has infiltratedContinue reading “The Use of Force”


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