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Office Neurosis

Neurosis is a class of functional mental disorders involving distress but neither delusions nor hallucinations, whereby behavior is not outside socially acceptable norms.[1] It is also known as psychoneurosis or neurotic disorder, and thus those suffering from it are said to be neurotic.

Everyone, or most everyone, I know has a “neurotic moment” or “personality glitch” from time to time, and just the other day, one of my receptionist, had a moment.  First off, let me go ahead and say, I love her and she is wonderful, but, boy did she have a” moment.”  She went through the entire kitchen, opened every cabinet, and left all the doors open.  As I walked into the kitchen, she appeared to be in complete state of shear mania.  Doors were opening and her hands were frantically moving.  In the case, of my receptionist, open cabinet doors, are her neurosis, and that is our sign, that an immediate demise is forth coming.  Ultimately, I surmised that she must be in need of some form of nutrition. Needless to say, the cupboards were bare, she was NOT happy, and frankly I was scared!

 

The cupboards were bare!


The interesting thing about people’s neurosis, it is often a direct gateway to their needs, or emotional state at that specific time.   I have learned over the years that these “moments” need to be addressed, and if not, can truly be dangerous.   So, in the case of my receptionist, an immediate run to the gas station for chocolate, bread, butter and a REAL Coke was a necessity.  After consumption our office world was completely restored.

Let us know if you have any office “moments,” we would love to hear from you, and how they are handled!

XOXO

LBN

 

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Think Pink – Part 2

My PINK Inspiration!

I am a runner, and my husband and I have been training to run the Marine Corp Marathon at the end of October.  The training has been long, gruelling, and to be perfectly honest, awful at times.  However, I am fortunate, and very grateful to be surrounded by a large group of men and women all working to achieve the same goal.

Our Saturdays are always the same, we wake up early, we run, we eat, and then we sleep.  This past Saturday was no exception, we ran 22 very long, and hilly miles.  As the run got longer, our legs got heavier, and the conversation became harder, I started to notice all the PINK.  It was everywhere, and it was exactly the inspiration I needed to finish the last 3 miles.

 As I finished my last few miles, I thought of all the women that have struggled with Breast Cancer and I realized that my pains were really very insignificant.  Thanks for the inspiration, and remember, this month is all about “THINKING PINK!”

 

Strong legs of strong women

 

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Think Pink!

In my profession I see all sorts of interesting details on a daily basis, and not much shocks me.  However, last week, I was caught a bit off guard, and experienced a professional “WOW” moment!  Carter Grice, one of my 7th grade patients, came in for a routine preventative appointment, and like most teenagers, he has braces.  He has always had a beautiful smile, and does an exceptional job with his oral hygiene.  So, when I entered the hygiene room to do my routine exam, his PINK smile was not what I expected to see.  In fact, I  was immediately blinded by his PINK orthodontic bands!

Carter Grice - 7th Grade HPCA

 

I was astonished!  So naturally, I asked why he chose PINK orthodontic bands, and he quickly responded, “It’s for Breast Cancer.  I was inspired by my coach, Scott Bell, whose wife has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, and a family friend, who has also suffered from breast cancer.”  It was then, that I experienced my “WOW” moment.  I thought to myself, how cool is that?  How awesome that Carter, a 7th grade young man, took the step, or better yet leap of faith, to support a cause so huge!  Through such a simple act, he became an instant PINK billboard for breast cancer; it was brilliant!  My hat goes off to him and any young person who is out there making themselves an advocate!   “WOW!”

 

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