Women in Medicine Series

July 12, 2017


I was having a conversation recently about how incredible it would be if we thought of ourselves as positively as others do. The way we view ourselves is often very different from the way others view us. We are our own worst critics, tend to be too harsh about our shortcomings, and discredit our achievements. I'll be the first to admit I'm guilty!

There will always be people who are better than you at XYZ, or worse than you at the same thing. Comparison is such a thief of joy! Social media can be a great source of inspiration and connection, or it can be really damaging. We all post about our best moments, leaving the tough parts of our lives tucked away in the dark. 

I noticed my instagram stories they other day - - full of strong, smart, women. Women that I know personally, women I've connected to via social media, and women that have thousands of followers but inspire me on a daily basis. 

I've been sitting on the idea for a while now, but I've finally decided to launch a women in medicine series on my blog. I am going to highlight the successes of other incredible women because they inspire me, and I'm pretty sure they will inspire you too. 

Women who are real. Women who are genuine. Women who have walked in your shoes before. Women who have worked endless amounts of hours to get where they are today. Women who want to reach out and inspire you to do the same. 

I have already contacted several amazing women who are ready to share their hearts and I am looking forward to launching these posts in the next few weeks! If you or anyone you know may be interested in participating in my women in medicine blog series - please reach out to me at tatedoesthings (at) gmail (dot) com or send me a message on instagram. 

Let's cheer for each other, support each other's dreams, and hold up a mirror to ourselves and others to see our true potential. I hope you'll join us! 








Photo credit: 
Morgan Sessions

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