Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Game of Confidence

Last weekend, Tom and I watched his 10-year-old grandson, Gabriel, play in an All-Stars basketball tournament. We’ve seen him play other basketball games before and there are usually questionable calls made by the referees… especially by the team on the … Continue reading

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Focus

Last week in yoga, my inability to maintain the warrior pose for more than 2 seconds was practically comical. Men and women much older and heavier in weight seemed perfectly capable of performing this with ease. I, on the other … Continue reading

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Shootin’ Straight

Ever since I can remember, I’ve had an unnatural fear of guns. Anything to do with them. The sound of gunshots, even in the distance, the burning smell of one just fired, the cold and heavy feel of one in … Continue reading

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Why Does It Have To Be So Hard?

“Good job! That was hard, huh?” Tom says as I finally crest a challenging hill on my bike where he’s been waiting for me for several minutes. A tired smile from my redden, sweaty face is my only reply because … Continue reading

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A “Distinctive” Refresher Course

It’s not the patient’s job to sell themselves on your practice. It’s our job to sell the patient on us. Of course, you say! However, stealth calls over the past few years have taught us that we often fall short … Continue reading

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