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No One Told Me….

The older I get, the more I find irony in the phrase that “knowledge is power”, while so very much of life is based on trial and error. We spend approximately 16 – 18 years of our early lives in … Continue reading

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Tick Tock Floss

When I was a young girl, like most other children, I hated going to the dentist.  In those days there were very few, if any, Pediatric Dentists… just family dentists who did basically the same work on everyone from small … Continue reading

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The Dr. Will Be With You Shortly…

This afternoon as I drove to a Doctor’s appointment, I pondered on how no matter what type of doctor, or what type of appointment we have, the process is always pretty much the same. It could be for a routine … Continue reading

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Lucky Me

For several weeks I have had an internal debate as to whether or not to broach this subject in my blog.  It is personal, and for some, potentially uncomfortable. But the reality is that one in eight Real Women will … Continue reading

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Chauffeuring and Waiting

One of the responsibilities that many Real Women play is an extension of our care giver role:  Medical Liaison.  And by that, I mean providing transportation to and from medical appointments, taking notes and asking questions, and doing a whole … Continue reading

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