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Pay heed to the little life traumas that hit us daily

"Taking stock of all these experiences, I feel like I have no answers. They lead me to a space of unrest and dissatisfaction for not having a pill that would…
January 29, 2022

Pay heed to the little life traumas that hit us daily

“Taking stock of all these experiences, I feel like I have no answers. They lead me to a space of unrest and dissatisfaction for not having a pill that would instantly drop 10 kilos, cure hep E, curb food craving or resolve a heartache.

But I feel grateful for bypassing most life hurdles that people live with, those hurdles that life chooses for them rather than themselves.”

Natasha Khalid is a physician in Pakistan.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “Pay heed to the little life traumas that hit us daily.”

Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode.

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