Who has a scar? Here are just a few things you can do to help scars heal as inconspicuously as possible.
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Because my feeling better isn’t just physical, although it is that, too. It’s emotional. I am emotionally better because I find the way I look more acceptable.
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Unless your child’s surgeon or physician has personal experience with a feeding tube, they can’t actually tell you much about the day-to-day of what to expect when you go home. In the two years that my daughter Avery has had her G-button, I’ve learned a few things that I’m happy to share with you.
We don’t know what to say when he asks for a sibling. We are running out of ideas. We feel like we failed him. We feel like we failed our husbands, our parents, and ourselves. Women have babies. Maybe we missed a page in the manual somewhere. Months turn into years. One doctor turns into […]
I see women every day who have suffered from pelvic floor disorders for years, only to find out there are solutions. Most women come to me and say, “I didn’t know I could get this fixed.”
A Fort Worth psychologist discusses how to talk to kids about school lockdown and school safety.