BOYCOTT boys

#boycottboys

Boys that treat women for less than beautiful, strong, human-life-makers are disgusting, bullies. Women need to unite and protect our species. Let’s make being single and independent sexy. Slice the price tag to your womb completely. 〽️ Make men work to become a parent. Women should act like the Queens we are, and men should treat us with as much respect they would if Jesus was present.

✌🏽Day

Today I choose to do ✌🏽 positive things for my mental health.

I am a registered nurse at a large health clinic in San Diego, California. I help oversee a department with 20+ Primary Care Providers and the nurses and medical assistants that support them.

Patients are more unhealthy as ever, humans feel more entitled than ever, and technology has given humans the false belief that life is all about what I can get at this second.

Poor physical and mental health is an epidemic in this world. I had a patient scream at me for 5 minutes last week because he is too heavy and large to fit in an MRI machine, therefore he has to wait to get an operation on his back until they can find a bariatric MRI machine and get a prior authorization from his insurance to pay for it. He acted like it was all my fault.

Suicide is an epidemic. This “gun control” issue doesn’t stop poor mental health and humans from getting to such an unstable mental status.

Proactive Therapy is my theory that all humans, from the time they enter this world, should be encouraged to have self love, confidence, self help, and should be taught to frequently take steps to stay mentally and physically healthy.

Today, I chose to do two things to help my wellness. I woke up, put on my head phones & listened to Jhene Aiko’s new album “Trip” in front of a mirror and stretched, did some Yoga moves I’ve seen on IG, and let my thoughts clear.

Mind blown. I felt great after! I should do this daily.

Then, I spent some time watching movie trailers and headed to Angelika Film Center in Carmel Mountain – San Diego, Ca. I just bought 2 tickets for myself, one for Black Panther and one for A Wrinkle in Time.

Ending a long, stressful week filled with poor performing workers and overly entitled and dramatic patients shouldn’t be shadowed with drunk nights and random men. One day a weekend I want to spend alone, entertaining myself, and healing my soul.

Gun Control is not the Answer

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is yet another horrific incident demonstrating the failure of every level of the United States Government to identify an epidemic and act accordingly.  The current Commander in Chief seems more concerned about tweeting “fake news” as he points cyber middle fingers at the media instead of dedicating precious time and resources to serious problems happening here on American soil. Problems that include suicide being the 2nd leading cause of death in 2016 among people ages 10-34 years old (CDC) taking the lives of 13,525 in these age groups and over 44,000 lives overall. Of the age groups 10-64 years old, there were more deaths by suicide than homicides. Let me stress this a little more, there were more deaths by suicide than homicides.

Beefing up gun control laws won’t prevent depression, body shaming, impulsive behaviors, suicidal ideation, bullying, anxiety, PTSD, etc. I think we should appreciate the passion of those that think stricter gun control laws will help; however, we need to get to the root of the problem.

Everyone knows the famous motivational iceberg photo depicting problems deep below the surface. Below is my version of the iceberg showing some of the root causes of these school shootings and saddening suicide rates statistics. I challenge the US Government to dedicate precious resources on increasing funding to inpatient and outpatient mental health facilities for all ages, integrating mandatory daily mental health promotion curriculum in public schools (K-12), and increasing physical education requirements to meet recommended daily activity guidelines.

Let’s get Americans physically, financially, and mentally healthy.

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Proactive Therapy

Proactive Therapy

verb: to take action for your own health.

Complete the form as much or as little as you choose. Proactive therapy is a theory that humans need to take responsibility for their health, and they should have the tools to prepare their support team before a consultation. Electronic versions of this form are recommended to be sent electronically or delivered to the treating health provider prior to a scheduled consultation appointment to increase the value of time for all stakeholders. Support your provider’s office by keeping answers honest, short, to the point, and on a single page. Don’t ruin a good thing.

 

If you are suicidal or having a medical emergency: dial 911

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: dial 1-800-273-8255

This is a free tool to help communication between humans and not for any medical advice. Email misty.pancotti@sharp.com to request the document be emailed.

 

 

Misty Jones, RN

Sharp Rees-Stealy

Misty.Pancotti@sharp.com

#proactivetherapy #therapy

(COPY BELOW, PASTE TO DOCUMENT, ENSURE IT PRINTS/SAVE ON ONE LINE & PRINT/EMAIL).

Name:

Gender:

Date of Birth:

Sexual Identification:

Height/weight:

Physical activity:

Tobacco use:                           How much?

Marijuana use:                         How much?

Illicit drug use:                    How much?

Alcohol consumption:             how much?

Sexual activity:

Do you have children?

Do you have siblings?

Friends?

Pets:

Signification other:

Mother’s Name:          Age:    Education Level:          Ethnicity:

Father’s Name:            Age:    Education Level:          Ethnicity:

Marital Status of patient’s parents as a couple:

Are your basic needs met?

Sleep pattern/hours:

Are your emotional needs met?

Do you have physical pain?

Are you or have you ever had suicidal thoughts/plans?

Do you have emotional pain?

Have you personally been affected by a type of pain not listed?

Current prescribed medications:

Current non-prescribed medications:

Past Medical/Surgical History:

Past Emotional History:

Previous types of therapy:

How often do you exercise & what are your activities?

Where do you work and how often?

What are your major concerns?

Do you think you need a referral to a specialty department?

Do you think you need a new medicine?

Do you think you have an undiagnosed disease/disorder:

I am here to see you for: