Tag Archive: resilience

What Corona Taught Me About the Rest of My Life

By: Dr. Roger Landry, MD, MPH The Corona pandemic of 2020 will go down in history as a massive shared experience that altered how we live, work, and socialize. Even those of us spared tragic consequences were nonetheless significantly affected as our everyday lives were upended. For me, this was a time to inspect my priorities; to take a holistic […]

Corona Strong

By: Dr. Roger Landry, MD, MPH I live just outside of Boston. When in April of 2013, two bombs exploded during the Boston Marathon, I was so proud of how the people of Boston and Massachusetts came together to not only initially respond, but also to resist letting fear change how we lived. Boston Strong they called it, and it […]

Go for the RED During Covid

By: Dr. Roger Landry Those of us who have a pulse also have risks … risks of bad things happening at anytime, anyplace. Things such as illness, loss, impairment, or accidents can suddenly be a major part of our day or even our life. It’s like we have buzzards circling overhead wherever we go. When we’re young, those buzzards are […]