February 20, 2018

Own Your Pace

If I were to group all of my patients into just two groups, it would be sprinters and joggers. Sprinters are ready to rip the bandage off and dive into the work, but they need quick results or they will lose interest and commitment to the process. Anything too slow will bore them to tears.

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February 6, 2018

Moment of Clarity

I’d love to shed some light in what can otherwise feel like dark and scary places. Because… Let’s be honest. Health has a vocabulary of its own. So my aim for this post is to clear up a little confusion about some of the words that may have left you scratching your head. For starters,

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January 16, 2018

A Matter of Priority

On a recent trip, I had lunch with a couple other conference attendees. I was surrounded by people eating french fries and burgers. I ordered a sparking water and sliced avocado. How can you be so discipline when you travel? one woman asks. Hmmmmm, I scratched my head. Discipline? But here’s the thing, when you’re

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December 12, 2017


“I ate something I used to love, and it was disgustingly sweet. I guess I’ve lost my taste for dessert…” “You don’t understand, Dr. Dalili! ALL. I. WANT. is chocolate!!” Both of these are quotes from patients. Different patients, as you may have guessed. But both of them were going through a similar process of

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