Making Marriage work in Medicine — an epic reflection 19 years and counting. Kylie and I are standing on the grand precipice of being married for twenty years. Twenty years of marriage has special significance to Kylie and me not simply because of this being a significant milestone but because interestingly it is related to our journey
A strong marriage is the strength of your life.
I’ll never be one to write a love song because that is not how I show up in the world. But I can certainly write a love story. So, this is a love story. I’ll never stop writing about her because from the day she said “yes” and “I do”, our life together continues to
At 17 years our lives are simple. Seemingly boring on the outside but juicy and passionate in the middle.
What is the truth about General Practice? The truth about General Practice is that it is challenging. The end. Ha! Now that would be too easy and tremendously disrespectful to my General Practice colleagues. So, what is it that makes General Practice challenging? But firstly and most importantly, what makes General Practice such a rewarding
Compared to my last 4200-word post, this piece will be short. Also, Kylie doesn’t like me writing for hours in my office on our special days and today is one that we will be celebrating! Our 16th wedding anniversary. I wasn’t sure if and what I was going to write about but then like penetrating
At 39 years old and working as a Palliative Care Doctor, I know that I am young! But 20 years ago today, I kissed the girl that I am married today. 15 years ago we said “I do” and began our lives together as husband and wife. 10 years ago our eldest son Samuel was
In the last two years, I have struggled. Struggled with what I thought was a romantic blockade in my actions and thoughts. I’ve asked myself: “Why aren’t I more romantic? “ But what I have come to realise has been a revelation to me. It is that my marriage and life with Kylie is richly
One year ago I had an accident which abruptly halted my life. In reflection, it has been one of the best things that has ever happened to me. Pre-MRI. Ruptured biceps tendon on my left arm — November 2017 Day 1 post op. Ready to start my rehab…also, I don’t fancy strong opiates (too much clean living) 28/11/17.
For months I’ve been stumped on what to do and what to get for my beautiful wife Kylie on her 40th birthday. Even as I recovered and rehabilitated my arm 7 months ago, this day puzzled and trouble me, I was stumped. But then, only a few weeks ago it dawned on me that I