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Question: If you ever feel down, what motivates you to get back up
Asked by HarryW14 to Gail on 14 Mar 2018.
answered on 14 Mar 2018:
My children, my love of the arts and usually because I’m hungry!!!!
Jamie (GP) commented on 14 Mar 2018:
Nice question Harry! Alot of the time patients help pick us up. Their strength and coping skills can be inspiring and they care about our wellbeing. They often ask about that and how our families are, it’s lovely.
Away from patients I find being creative gets me motivated, writing, drawing etc. Doing this is really good for my motivation. I’m very active on twitter and I find alot of motivating people and role models in medicine that I chat with there. (I’m @ArtfulDoctor)
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