I write what I know and what I’ve lived: humor & chronic pain; politics & parenting; business writing & cultural analysis; and . . . ranting (a lot of ranting).
… and treat the other person like a human being, you’ll actually have a human relationship. Which is the basis of health care, the human relationship between the doctor and the patient.”
…t get democrats very far. While centrists maintain that simply beating Trump must be the main goal, I would argue that choosing a candidate with strong policy proposals is the way to do just that.
…that I have to (politely) deal with the fact that less is expected of men than women on all fronts. Shape up or ship out because this ‘nag’ is not having it.