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"What if your parents are in denial even more than you are in denial?" by Laura Patient Expert Posted Thu 25 Feb 2010 4:05am I want to thank " Now is Now " for her comment on one of my other posts. Emphasis: mine. "It took a REALLY long time for my parents to get it. I asked for help on multiple occasions (when I was in college), and they said, "It's a phase." (Despite having friends call them from campus telling them I'm not eating enough). I have commented on you ... Read on »
Science Denial – The Danger of Wrapping Ourselves in Lies and Misconceptions And a Bit of Tech Denial Included by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 10:53am One of the items discussed he speaks about how measles vaccines are on the decline in the US.  He says out healthcare system sucks, it’s cold and doesn’t work so we run to the arms of “big placebo”.  He talks about the dangers of belief in “magic” hurts clinically founded evidence in medicine.   The “organic elite” is discussed and the m ... Read on »
Denial of Denial by bbubblyb Patient Expert Posted Thu 20 Oct 2011 3:31pm I like when my feelings toward food feel this way, a drift through the day with way less thinking about food.  It's been this way the past few days.  Even though my weight is still up a bit, I'm eating well and having peace with food and it feels good.  Last night I went to TOPS with Mike.  I did the meeting on "you can accomplish anything in ... Read on »
Denial Part 2: I Can't Accept My Child's Deafness by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 4:58pm I've changed my tone. I am desperately trying to understand this mother's pain and convey certain fundamental messages regarding disability. I started my Italian blog with the Special Mother Poem, so that parents would focus on the positive and not be consumed by the guilty, nagging feeling that they were in some way responsible for their child' ... Read on »
Medicare Recovery Auditors Racking up More Denials Creating Additional Billing Focus and Software Additions at Hospitals by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 04 Apr 2011 10:07pm This of course means higher administrative costs and the claim audits are automated so this means transactions.  Hospitals might have to beef up their auditing software to ensure coding and billing is compliant.  Boy everyone you talk to today hates coding and it is a nightmare as some items are not always black and white.  Enough mistakes can ... Read on »
Coming Out of Denial by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 12:00am Eating Disorders by ClinicallyClueless on Polyvore.com I know that I've written about my eating disorder before, but I feel like I'm actually coming out of denial as how much of a problem/addiction that it is and the cost that I pay. The shirts above, some of which I purchased, emphisized the point.  I actually have ones that s ... Read on »
Thinly Veiled Denial ~ Child's Play! by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 11:55pm I've been holding this thin veil of denial of how extreme my home environment was as well as how extreme my symptoms were/are. I have always been embarrassed and ashamed about the way that I played with my stuffed animals and dolls. But, I started writing and talking about it in therapy last week. I know what the implications of how I p ... Read on »
Denial Ain't A River In Africa by Bill W. Health Maven Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 7:04pm One of the most interesting–and potentially deadly–things about addictive disease is the denial. There’s a saying around the 12-step rooms (and around treatment centers) that addiction is the disease that tells you that you don’t have it. How true. Denial can take a number of forms, from minimizing (I only have a couple of beers, maybe twice a ... Read on »
Hello, my name is Mrs. Bubba and I've been in denial. by Gabriela R. Health Maven Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:48pm This turned into a long post, much longer than I expected. Everyone: "Hello Mrs. Bubba." I have been in denial, and no it's not a river in Egypt, for over 4 years. My struggle with denial began in March 2004. I began having unusual knee pain. At the time I had been dancing (Aztec dance) for almost eight years. I had previously dislocated ... Read on »
DOD seeks software solution against denial-of-service attacks by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 17 Jul 2009 11:08pm In addition to the Department of Defense, the Treasury Department, Secret Service, Federal Trade Commission and Transportation Department Web sites were also under attack last week and were down at certain points.  It was just back in December that DOD has a virus throughout the system which appeared to have landed there due to using a USB flash ... Read on »