Part 4 Taking Your Own Psychological Vital Signs Part 1
When you go to a doctor’s visit, the first thing that happens (that is after you get past the waiting room) is a nurse or medical assistant takes your vital signs. That would include weight, temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate, pulse oximeter, EKG and probably some routine blood work.
These seemingly simple and innocuous numbers and data can sometimes be the first clues to an impending catastrophe.
So as Angel and Dr. E continue their series on searching for your inner you; today they teach how to take your own psychological vital signs to help identify trends and patterns ingrained in your personality that may signal a red flag and starting point for change.
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