Here’s a sign I encountered yesterday at Boston’s Tufts Medical Center, when I was on the way to see my helpful cardiologist, Dr. Deeb Salem.
Even though that light wasn’t flashing, help was on the way for me, including this opinion from Dr. Salem:
I think you’re doing really well.
While that and other help from Dr. Salem was on its way, I didn’t take any photos of him, which cannot be helped. If you want to go out of your way to see pictures of Dr. Salem, there’s help in some previous posts (including here, here, and here).
Earlier in the day, during my therapy group, help was on the way for several participants who have trouble accepting good news and compliments. People helped each other get beyond barriers to taking in the positive. As always, it was helpful to flash reminders to each other that negatives stick more easily than positives, as we go on our way.
If you want to see more photos from yesterday, help is on the way!
Did this flashing post give you any help on the way?
Helpful thanks — to Dr. Salem, to people who heal in groups, and to you (of course!) — are on the way, here and now.