The words that heal

I am writing this article on the power of kindness , positivity and empathy on people’s behavior and sense of well being, it’s true that taking care of your body is important to assure your mind is well.
But what you feed your mind , has also a similar impact on your physical behaviors and perception.So whoever you are, please share words of kindness around you, you never know what invisible wounds you may be healing! Peace to you all. 🙂

And among the other things that should show up in doctors’ prescriptions to every patient, are words, that shouldn’t be written in letters that only an experienced pharmacist in bad handwritings can get.

They also need precise words, with percise emotional doses within them, accurate and adjusted to every patient’s weight , size and level of pain. Words that they can understand whatever their intellectual level is, from the highest to the lowest, words that don’t stigmatize them to their disabilities, and that don’t react to their rudeness sometimes.

Words that take from your time, more seconds. But will save them the doom of another unecessary misconducted check-up .

Words that have the least side-effects, or contra-indications.
Words that the more you prescribe, the less you’ll worry about your patient’s therapeutic observance.
Apart from your patient’s name, the health institution’s name, the molecules commercial names, the different doses, the fractioning of doses on time ,the number of days , the date, the place and your signature. beside these necessarily accurate words in every prescription, don’t forget the Words that heal ;

  • “get well soon”
  • “you can do better”
  • “ I’ll try my best to help you”
  • “ Don’t worry”
  • “Keep your hopes up”
  • “I am here if you need anything”
  • “How are you feeling?”
  • “How can I help you?”
  • “What can I do for you?”
  • “I’m sorry”
  • “I wish I could do more”
  • “It’s okay”
  • “It’s natural”
  • “I understand”
  • “I need you to.. “
  • “you are important”
  • “I forgive you”
  • “Be patient”
  • “you can survive this”
  • “I believe in you”
  • “Thank you for trying”
  • “I feel for you”
Say them, say them often, say them as much as you can. Because they heal the scars that your eyes can’t see, and no diagnosis material can detect.

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