So far this Apex seminar is awesome. It is answering so many of my questions! Perhaps it is lighting me up because I have been actively studying this material for some time now. Lots is familiar, but then when something new is explained it has a structure to fit into, and builds my body of knowledge....feels so good. I finally have a good idea what my protocol will be for getting people off benzos while also treating their anxiety. I finally understand the mechanisms behind gluten's impact on the brains of some people, and which people are more likely to experience this. It's all fascinating. My energy level is high. I seem to finally be kicking my nasty disease. Thank goodness.
School: it is quickly becoming apparent that I have way too many classes this term. I wish I could put some of them off. I'm going to look into the possibility of splitting this load in half and staying another term. I want to study this material thoroughly, not push through it for a grade and remember nothing! I have genetics, oncology, urology, proctology, neurology, endocrinology and ground rounds in addition to my 3 shifts. Most these subjects would fill an entire term (or many) if done properly. Attempting to cover all of them in one term is insane. Madness. Who needs it.
QotD: When you love, you wish to do things for. You wish to sacrifice for. You wish to serve. --Ernest Hemingway