Rule 2: Treat Yourself Like Someone You Are Responsible For Helping

“Imagine 100 people are prescribed drug, and one-third of them won’t even fill the prescription, and half of the remaining 67 will fill it, but won’t even take the medication correctly. They will miss doses, they will quit taking it out, they might not even take it at all. Why is this? Physicians and pharmacists tend to blame the patients. Psychologists tend to put the blame on themselves. This rule, we’re going to explore why…

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