Ask Dr. Annie K: Being There for a Friend

A dear friend of mine lost her father a year ago and consistently brings him up in conservation. It’s hard when she goes on and on about how great he was and how she lost six significant males in her life within one year. My dad passed away ten years ago and I haven’t had…

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Ask Dr. Annie K: Transition In Parenting

My 11-year-old said (more like yelled,) “Stop telling me what to do!” Wait a second. Isn’t that basically my job to tell him what to do? Any words of wisdom on the transition in parenting, from constantly telling our kids what to do to letting them figure things out on their own? – Anonymous Reader Transition…

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The Paradox of Water

Underwater

Ask Dr. Annie K: Why is water so important in life? Water is full of contradictions. It’s soft, yet strong. It appears still, yet it is constantly in motion. It can be silent or loud. It can be solid, liquid, or vapor. It can be salty or sweet. It can be scary and dangerous but also…

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Ask Dr. Annie K.

A new feature on Love+Medicine! Here is where I take questions from you, my wonderful readers. Any subject is fair game. Questions may be sent anonymously. [button url=”https://loveandmedicine.com/ask-dr-annie-k/” scheme=”gray”]Ask A Question[/button]   Today I was asked an interesting question I’d like to share. A patient asked me: “Is there a such thing as broken heart…

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