We are hearing a lot about unconscious bias these days. Along with many examples of what unconscious bias looks like, how it affects the ways in which we communicate, how it harms those who are the victims of unconscious bias. We hear about it in the media, of course. We see examples of it in our own lives, at school, at work, in our communities. And in the offices of healthcare providers. Take a look at my article https://justgotdiagnosed.com/resources/do-you-know-how-that-makes-me-feel-unconscious-bias/
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Dr. Gary McClain
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Q: I was recently diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and I am really trying to face up to this condition and maintain my independence. But there are days when I know I need help. My family is telling me that I am being stubborn when all I am trying to do is be a Fighter. When is it time to ask for help?
A: Fighters may have a reputation as the ideal role models but they aren’t always good at seeking out support unless someone shows them how much worse things will be if they don’t.
Fighters often view themselves as so in control of their situation that they can handle every...