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Trump is again threatening more tariffs on China. Why has he NOT won the trade war with China (when trade war is easy to win) even after serving almost a full term in office?

Trump’s full of it! He owes the bank of China 210 million dollars due in full next year, he also owes the Deutsch Bank another 300 million, his attacks on China is to divert from not just his failure is protecting americas during the pandemic, but worse yet profiteering from it as people died, stealing the stimulus. His attacks on China are also him using the power of the government in the hopes that the Chinese will forgive his “Personal debt” to their national bank! He know that he only have another six months to accomplish that, but I bet the Chinese won’t do it!He only own good deals against smaller businesses that couldn’t afford long court battles against him and his teams of attorneys! He bankrupt 5 times(the us economy is the 6th, our deficit went from 18 trillion to 26 in his three 1/2 years), he is the “ONLY” casino owner to bankrupt 2 casinos(and he claimed that all casinos in Atlantic City were going under, another lie from Don the Con as he is known in NY), all other casinos are still operating there and doing quite well.He and the gop have copied the same propaganda as Russia and China have, even applied the same “Gang stalking” program as them and the Israeli lobby in the USA, the same deception and like in all of his other endeavors, is ones more failing miserably, his only success was in convincing the part of the American public that already were heavily affected by racism, that he is that guy and thankfully their are only 25% to 30% of the population!And this is just how he operates!

Is there any specific training to help doctors cope with the suffering or death of their patients? Are they affected or not by what they see every day?

There was no specific training for me.Most of the deaths I encountered, in the hospital or in hospice were very elderly people. Frequently they were struggling, living in frail, worn out bodies that had long ago ceased to bring them joy. Many times it felt like a real honor to help treat them or comfort their family, as they gently left this world.I felt sad but I didn’t suffer.What is really hard is a younger person with their whole life ahead of them, brought down by the unfairness of cancer or some other equally devastating diagnosis. That’s a tough one. I felt those cases. I probably cried with them and for them.The worst for me was when someone was near death. They had zero chance of survival. Maybe they were ready to go, yet their family was demanding that “everything be done”. I felt that they should be at the bedside comforting their loved one, holding them, saying goodbye.Instead, they want me at the bedside shocking them or shoving a breathing tube down their throat in a desperate attempt to keep them going when I know that it is futile.It’s even worse when family members start bickering about “what mom really wanted”. No one really knows because their loved one never said and they never asked. It’s horrible for everyone involved.I beseech you. Let your family know what your wishes are before you wind up in this situation. No one wants to talk about death. It feels morbid and uncomfortable. Contemplating the eventual death of someone you love dearly is never easy. But please sign a DNR, if that is your wish. Do a Living Will. Assign a Medical Power of Attorney. Make sure everyone is on the same page.This is the best way to keep your eventual exist from this planet from looking like a Chinese fire drill with missed opportunities, hard feelings and guilt for those you leave behind.I used to feel an emotional hang over for days when that happened. Sadly, it happens all the time.But, no matter what, you gotta put your game face on and head off to the next patient. They are counting on you to bring your A game. You don’t want to disappoint them.Wipe your eyes. Deep breath. Shoulders back. Head up. Hand extended. Welcoming smile in place.Hi, I’m Dr.Boehm. I’ll be your physician while you are here in the hospital. How can I help you?

What's the most disturbing/creepy/unsettling thing a psychiatric patient has said or done?

Ever heard of hoarding?It's under the umbrella of OCD. There are many known compulsive behaviors, including washing hands too much, turning lights on and off, etc. then, there is the refusal to part way with anything coupled with a desire to keep things that are deemed important around. Like, too much of it.I met two cases of that.The first woman was related to my family. When I first came to her house, I had trouble squeezing through the door. Piles of shoes piled over the many shoe racks. The couch was filled with magazines and newspaper, like, years of them. There was nowhere for me to sit. A trip down the hall way sent me squeezing through a very narrow space with boxes lining up along the wall. On the opposite wall were big black bags filled with something. Closets were impossible to open, they were full.One day she said she wanted the house cleaned and I came to help. She instructed me carefully to not throw anything out without asking her first. Piece of cake, I took things that should never be in a house: cookie boxes with used by date of ten years before, a very old feather half torn, probably from an nice hat of 10 years before, scratch paper from her son’s homework 12 years before, brown pieces of plastic, probably from a bucket at some point, wrapping paper from soap bars that were long gone… she looked over everything, declared that they were necessary items in her household, declared me a spendthrift for wanting to throw such useful things out…On a different attempt of cleaning, this time led by her daughter, I found out that the boxes along the wall were rice boxes, 10kg each (about 22£), about 100 boxes. The bags were full of clothes, male and female, thrift store quality. The closets? They were full of unused toilet paper rolls. It felt like she was just afraid for her basic survival. A few years thereafter she moved to another house and dragged Everything with her. Last time I checked, her obsession had moved to include Buddhism related souvenirs.The second case was just as bad, if not worse. This woman kept everything. Like when you eat burgers from McDonald's, you will put the trash inside the bag and throw it out.., she kept that, a lot of them. When this habit spread to other food like Chinese takeouts… I came to her place to “rescue” her boyfriend, who was an elderly man unable to move and trapped under that trash pile. This was at the request of my friend, the child of said old man.What I found was beyond horrifying. Imaging an apartment filled to the roof with such trash! The boyfriend, this old man, sat in a chair in the hallway right at the entrance. Why? There was nowhere else he could be sitting! She came home to find us begging him to let us take him to the hospital. He could not move because of his illness, she was out and did not feed him… he was so ill that when he finally got to the hospital the next day, he was kept there for a month and got brain surgery….His child came back to the apartment armed with a power of attorney from him to get a few belongings for his stay. This woman refused to let anyone in, screaming like a rabid dog, accusing my friend - the man’s child - of robbery, then summoned the cops. Upon arrival and during the questioning, she became so agitated she threatened to bite the cops, with teeth. They left without arresting her but with a warning that she let my friend take what was necessary.She took his car and eventually left it on the street. She abandoned the apartment after he left, did not ask about his whereabouts, and seemed to altogether forget that they were together. Attempts to tell her family were received but it was not clear if her family ever got in touch with her.I helped with cleaning out the car. It was full of everything as described, old burgers, used napkins, old soda cans, then a Gucci bag with a tag on it, a brand new laptop in a box, never opened, with a date of 5 years before, a full set of hair treatment equipment, like coloring equipment, etc. the best of all: gloves and antibacterial spray bottles.Mental illnesses are horrible. Physical illness can cripple the body and turn the body into an unrecognizable appearance. Mental illnesses can turn a person’s personality into a mess, where the self is mutilated, like with cuts everywhere, bloody, unrecognizable.It is not remotely funny. I don't laugh at diabetics, at cancer, or at any horrible illnesses. Mental illnesses are the same.

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