Learning How You Mourn

Deidra
over 1 year agoApril 22, 2020
Cry when you need to. Don't let those emotions just build....you'll explode!
Rhonda
over 1 year agoApril 23, 2020
I agree, with Deidra, let it out, cry, talk, vent if needed, but don't just let it build up inside. Not only is this not good for you emotionally, but it does take a toll on your health physically.
Lisa
over 1 year agoApril 23, 2020
Learning to release your emotions in a safe environment is good for your mind, body and your spirit.
kassandra
over 1 year agoApril 24, 2020
i can see this people can grieve and mourn in their own ways even if it doesn't seem in the right way and people have the right to cry and let their emotions out if they want to
Bobbie
over 1 year agoApril 29, 2020
Sometimes a situation hits very close to home… reminds you of a loved one, or something in your life… needing a person you can express this to, or having a way to express it is a good thing as these emotions can be very overwhelming.
Dr.Joe
12 months agoDecember 10, 2020
00:00:00
Thank you
Hind Elhassan
12 months agoDecember 19, 2020
Vent when you need to ! it has been hard !
Talal Khairi
12 months agoDecember 22, 2020
It's hard to loose a patient and takes a burden on you. You should vent either with your teammates and family !!
Anonymous
12 months agoDecember 23, 2020
good tips
Dr. Eric Kaplan
11 months agoDecember 30, 2020
Never worry alone.
Dr.Srutha Rajkumar
11 months agoDecember 30, 2020
Talk to your colleagues, journal.  Use a team approach
Olufemi Akinyede
11 months agoDecember 30, 2020
Thank you
Raul Garcia,MD
11 months agoDecember 31, 2020
03:09:52
PRAYING HELPS ME A LOT.
Francis
11 months agoDecember 31, 2020
Thanks
Dr E
11 months agoJanuary 16, 2021
Losing a patient, having a tough case go terribly wrong, losing a loved one, all are hard. Its good to have a close supportive group of colleagues, I feel fortunate.
Anonymous
11 months agoJanuary 17, 2021
Very good advice, Thanks
Kaylee L
11 months agoJanuary 18, 2021
Thank you
Anonymous
11 months agoJanuary 20, 2021
talking to my coworker, always helps
Sara
10 months agoJanuary 23, 2021
Thank you
Robert Horth, MD
9 months agoMarch 22, 2021
Thank you.
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