‘Doing You’ While Doing No Harm

A writer’s conundrum

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“First, do no harm,” rasped my father from his hospital bed as we flailed about searching for solutions to save him. He’d quoted this part of the Hippocratic Oath as if to say, don’t let the cure be worse than the condition. Leave the patient better than you found him. It’s my credo as a writer as well.

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Pam Suchman

Pam Suchman

TV writer, producer and author who writes about dating, marriage, sex, spirituality and Hollywood. www.pamsuchman.com https://www.instagram.com/pamsuchman/

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