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posted February 27th, 2016, 2:01 am


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April 6th, 2015, 5:22 pm

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Stage 2 of the flu - coughing and snorting. So much plegm! So much coughing! And then it is gone like it never happened. I would take the flu over a cold any day. Like being hit with a bus instead of slowly hit by several smaller bus. Busi. Busses. Busaria?

ANNIE! Eat that grilled cheese! I can almost guarantee that it can cure cancer. It will probably install a uterus and get you pregnant too. It will likely even fix your brother's kidney if you eat it. EAT WHAT DAN COOKS YOU!

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June 11th, 2017, 2:59 am

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I'm sure this was mentioned perhaps a long time ago, but it is really starting to bug me when Julie or Dan refer to her as "Ms. Andrews" for any other than specifically intentional therapeutic reasons. Just because they are seeing her professionally isn't enough. Doctors call patients, especially teens, by their first names all the time, and I think it should be especially important in circumstance where the ongoing building of trust is desired.

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June 11th, 2017, 7:44 pm

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@sunspark: It is also a reinforcement of gendered pronouns that she may or may not have heard or overheard at the hospital. This is a transitional stage between the professionalism of the hospital and the home. Especially since the school nurse was NOT using the correct ones, this is just as important as using her name.

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