It’s important to make attempts to understand and see the perspectives of your patients. Read and learn about others–that will broaden your humanity and broaden your ability to best serve your patients.
“How do you explain to someone what it’s like to not have something that you don’t even know exists? It’s like trying to describe silence to someone who has always lived their life beneath a roaring waterfall. They won’t hear the water. They’ll take it for granted. They’ll say, ‘This is silence.’”