Monthly Archives: December 2011

The “See You Soon” Lunch :)

And for a moment like this, I am lost for words…   Advertisements

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Day – 1

Tomorrow marks a big day for me. Been waiting for this day to come, both with joy and sadness all the same. To be in a team of great leaders is enriching. Yet, they came at a weight of extra … Continue reading

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taking empathy a tad too far?

A few years ago, I was that awkward medical student hiding behind her Registrar as he relays to the critically ill patient’s family that the patient most likely will not survive. That was my defense mechanism – hiding behind my … Continue reading

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coming back to this

Our intentions. It is too easy to slip away. In this rat race, I feel a lot of things are mechanical most of the time. Get up in the morning, prepare for work, arrive at the hospital, sit through the … Continue reading

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letting my hair down

It’s nearly 16 hours post my call yesterday. To be honest, this is the most tired I felt since I joined Oncology. Having said that, it is, I guess 1/12 of the exhaustion and craze that came with medical on-calls. … Continue reading

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For you, a thousand times over..

      (Image: Googled) Remember how I said I want to be that person who never brings anyone down? So here’s my first big challenge. Azila asked me to be her maid of honour! Oh my, oh my. As … Continue reading

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Of kindness, it takes you a long way.

It was another manic Monday morning in our clinic. I occasionally felt as if we were in the midst of running away from fire or something like that. As patients folders were traded in such a pace that drove us … Continue reading

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