Way of Life

How to Stop Taking Life Too Seriously – Part 1 of 3


Daily Life, Humour, Way of Life


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aking things very seriously can be a great quality, showing that you are earnest, caring, and hardworking. But, taking things ”too” seriously can cause unnecessary stress and worry over things that aren’t worth the effort. By learning about why we tend to take life too seriously and how to spread some humor and lightness into life, you can stop being …

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Nurses with Autism Spectrum Disorder


Autism, Daily Life, Neuroscience, Way of Life


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utism spectrum disorders (ASDs) represent a broad range of complex neurodevelopmental disorders affecting socialization, verbal and nonverbal communication, and behavior. Spectrum refers to the fact that these disorders affect each patient in different ways, with the degree of communication, socialization, and behavioral impairment ranging from mild to severe.

Fingerspitzengefühl


Neuroscience, Patients, Way of Life


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he unreachable thing in tending to care for Neurosurgery patients: Can that ‘fingerspitzengefühl’ be learned? Patients that under go neurosurgery are usually labeled as complex patients. These patients cannot tell the nurse adequately how they feel or how they are faring. Clinical observations are therefore very important. Sometimes you see that the state of the patient had changed or sometimes …

What is humour?


Humour, Way of Life


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umour is a topic which has been discussed often but has been little written about. Humour is a complex phenomenon and it is an essential part of mankind. Through the age’s, anthropologists have never been able to find a culture or civilization where there was no humour.

The REAL Patch Adams: One Of The Greatest Activists In History


Daily Life, Funny Stories, Humour, Patients, Way of Life


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remember the first time I saw the movie Patch Adams, starring the late great comedian Robin Williams. It moved me to tears, not just because it was such a powerful film that addressed a major issue plaguing our world (the shameful state of health “care”), but also because I knew that what I was witnessing was actually based on a …