Hi Gene. Very much so.
Very similar to the stories of veterans returning from combat and finding
themselves driving down Main St. USA and checking each doorway and corner
for a potential ambush or sniper. It's the nature of how our brain
incorporates our experiences into our daily lives.
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Subject: Grandkids at the playground
I'm watching my 4yo grandson at the park/playground with his friends. They
are climbing all over the equipment and all I can see are potential
injuries, buckle fractures, MTBI, etc.
Has this job changed me?
Anyone else think this way?
Would love to hear back from some of my older colleagues.
31 years in the PEDs ED, and counting.
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