I don't typically say "I told you so" for two reasons: a) one day somebody who "told me so" will end up being right and I'll be made to look foolish; b) it just isn't a very nice thing to say.
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When I meet someone new I am almost invariably asked, “So what do you do for a living?” Technically I am a psychiatrist, child and adolescent psychiatrist as well as a forensic psychiatrist. However, this is a really long answer to a short question so I usually just say “I’m a psychiatrist”. If a person wants to know more specifics about my career then I elaborate from there. Either way, almost every single person responds with some variation of, “Oh – you’re a psychologist. Interesting.”
Expanded editorial originally distributed by PRWeb, May 29, 2014
Timothy M. Houchin | Testing for ADHD
Timothy M. Houchin, Special to The Courier-Journal;3:05 a.m. EDT May 9, 2014
It is the first day of 2014 and I have been seeing patients in my office for most of it.
I had never heard of the term "affluenza" before I read about it in this morning's news headlines. I thought to myself "well they've found a new variant of the flu" (oh wait - that's influenza
I'll keep this brief because I recently released a blog on ADHD with up-to-date stats, links, etc.
Ask anyone about what they think about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, and you are likely to elicit a variety of opinions. In my office, I have heard everything from “ADHD is a scam” to “but doctor, my son MUST have ADHD – the saliva test I sent to Dr so-and-so in Arizona proves it!”