martinb216 2,328 Views
Joined: Sep 5, '04;
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You were very brave and compassionate. You did entirely the rught thing - doesn't make it any easier though
Thank you- an enjoyable and morale-boosting story
thanks for a great post- many a true word spoken in jest
Whatever your views on contraception and abortion this story is incredible. How did she think this was justified?
Thanks for such a great thought -provoking post
agree entirely with what you did
I support our troops but the last time I checked, they volunteered for the service and weren't forced. If they need SSRIs to deal with the things they have to deal with over there, so be it. I'm not against it.
This is an article from time magazine that reports on the use of SSRIs among troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. What we ask them to do is causing this problem. Should we ask young men and women to go through this? I would say no. What do you think?
could not do this once never mind twice!
Many years ago I worked in a nursing home caring for a lady who was dying. About an hour before she died she looked terrified and kept pointing to a corner of the room but would not tell us what she saw. She insisted that her daughter[who was with her] hold up a picture of the Pope before her face. This settled her and she passed away peacefully
no but having read this topic has made me think it is somrthing to sort out pdq:uhoh21:
Is there an UK equivalent to the AHNA?
I am sorry to hear what you have had to put up with- hope you find somewhere nicer to work
thanks for saying hi don't work too hard and may all your patients be nice ones! Martin
welcome to the site - school will soon pass - definitely.
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