I am a heart surgeon and the first woman in my practice.
My patients come to me for an open heart procedure, which is usually performed in the operating room.
The operation is the best thing that can happen to them, and they are grateful for it.
But it can be quite painful and can take several hours.
The patient is usually a woman who has experienced trauma or has suffered an accident that has left them physically, emotionally, or sexually traumatized.
And then there is the psychological trauma that comes with trauma.
This happens all the time.
I think of my patients from time to time.
They are in their 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s, but they are still beautiful, beautiful people who have overcome terrible adversity.
They look back and say, I’m so glad I survived.
But they are also dealing with a tremendous amount of grief and pain.
There is a stigma attached to having surgery for women, but for some people, the surgery itself is traumatic.
When I look back on my patients, they tell me that the trauma of the operation is something they cannot talk about, because they are so upset.
The surgery is so traumatic, they have no words for what it feels like to have that surgery, and that hurts them, so they just can’t talk about it.
The problem is that women can’t say that.
So what do we do?
The heart surgeons in my field have a way of saying something that is very personal to them.
It is not just, We have to have the surgery.
We have a surgery.
They tell me, I have to go to the hospital and see a doctor, and the doctor says, This is something that you need, and you have to be able to talk about the operation.
It doesn’t mean that you have surgery in your mind, it doesn’t just mean that we have to see a medical doctor, but you have have to get your insurance, and there is a cost associated with that.
They explain to me that I am doing the right thing, but I am also doing what is right for my patients.
I feel so grateful that they are able to have surgery, but it does not mean that I have surgery for them.
My heart surgeons have come to understand that we cannot talk openly about the surgery, that we must keep quiet about it, and I am thankful for that.
And the surgeons also understand that they cannot take the trauma and emotional trauma that is in their patients, and make it into a public discussion about the procedure.
We cannot just make a big deal about it and then tell them that the surgery is a horrible thing that has been done.
So it is a way for me to show that we do not take the pain lightly.
And we also have a good attitude about the pain.
I was able to work on my heart surgery while in the hospital, and when I was released from the hospital the surgeons were really excited about my heart transplant surgery.
I felt like they had something that they had been waiting for for a long time.
But I am not a very patient person.
I do not like to be in the waiting room.
When they first told me about my surgery, I did not have a lot of confidence in them, because I did have to make the decision, and it was not like a normal procedure.
The surgeons told me that they wanted me to come in and do the surgery for free.
I told them, It is only a free surgery.
If you want to give me a lot more money, that is fine, but just be patient.
It took me a few weeks, but now that I was in the room, I felt very comfortable with the surgeons and the people in the medical department.
I have been in a lot less pain than when I first got into surgery.
When my heart surgeon was talking to me, he was asking me questions like, Is the surgery going to be done right?
And he was telling me, Yes, the surgeon is going to do it, so you need not worry about it too much.
And he said that they would give me another operation when they found out that I had recovered.
I went to the operating rooms and did the surgery the day after I got back.
My surgery was perfect, and my recovery is just wonderful.
But this experience is also very personal.
The surgeon, Dr. David Fink, told me after the surgery that he would be very happy if I ever needed surgery.
He was very happy about that, and he told me I was the most beautiful heart surgeon that he has ever had the pleasure of working with.
And I will say that I agree with him.
But Dr. Fink told me before he started the surgery in the first place that he did not think that I could ever be as beautiful as I am now.
He said that I needed to be a lot better at this surgery.
And this is something I have done for