Health & Fitness
S3:E35. The One Who Found Joy After Experiencing Despair
"I still have issues with abandonment as an adult and as a kid, I turned to my education because I figured, well, maybe if I was smart enough, my mom would love me more than she loved drugs. And I think that it helped me because it helped me become a physician because I turned into essentially, an academic student. And as far as that big aha moment to where I realized, well, maybe it's not them. Maybe it's me." - Dr. Tiffanie Tate Moore, Physician and Author
• "It was after I was told that I was going to be medically retired, I fell into a depression"
• "Failure is a first attempt in learning. If numbers are infinite, attempts are infinite and you can continue to try"
• "Maybe if I was smart enough, my mom would love me more than she loved drugs"
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Article in Authority Magazine featuring Tiffanie: medium.com/authority-magazine/rising-through-resilience-dr-tiffanie-tate-moore-on-the-five-things-you-can-do-to-become-more-c9c633de9d4f
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