Tag: relationship

How To Move On After A Relationship

I was supposed to write part 4 of my 13 blog series on the lessons I have learned during medical school but I just needed to take a break to write on this because of an email I received where I promised the sender that I’d write about the challenge he is presently facing. And so here’s my open entry…

When Love is Not Enough

In this day and age I think love is over-sensationalized that it creates us, or some of us at that, to begin developing a mindset of unrealistic expectations about how love should be, actually is and what it can do for us. But really the question is – when is love not enough? For me to address the question here…

The Broken Heart Syndrome and Getting Over It

You get your heart broken then you either start to become bitter or better. Situation familiar? That’s the broken heart syndrome. You see love is a complex situation to be in, at the same time that it can either be the best thing that ever happened to you or the worst for those who have been badly hurt. Many times…

Thoughts on Doctor Bashing

It took me a lot of guts and thought to write this entry, but you see lately I have been reading a lot, with so much disappointment, of doctor bashing on social media that it seems like it’s becoming a national trend. So just a disclaimer I’m a doctor myself and I’d like to take this chance to write about…

What Matters In Relationships

Relationships are probably one of the most feared encounters of all time — starting one or getting into one. Question is, should it be feared or not? Answer will be subjective and it will vary based on how it was molded to be in one’s life, but honestly I think it should be welcomed rather than feared. What then are…

The Reality of Relationships

Good relationships don’t just happen, they take time, effort and so much hard work. Communication and trust, just like a recipe for a dish, are essential ingredients to make a good cuisine called relationship. But how are relationships really like nowadays? We envision getting into one but are we really working hard to achieve one? Relationships need not be romantic…