Accepting Compliments

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We’re all guilty of it at one time or another: Someone thanks you for helping him or her, and you respond, “It was nothing.” A patient or family member praises you for the excellent care you gave, and you reply, “It’s just my job.” Read more of my latest article Accepting Compliments at

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