Good Doctor: Episode 11

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With so many lives to save each day, it’s also important to take out the time for self-care—to examine the risk factors of traumatic history, the symptoms of the emotional present, and the treatment guidelines to a happier future. These underlying issues can lie dormant for years, even decades, but the incredible thing about the body is that once the warning light comes on that something is wrong, it’s going to do its damned best to get your attention to make sure you do something about it. As the show continues to pump more heart through its narrative veins, ratings also saw an increase in ratings as this episode hit 18.3%. (...)Read the rest of Good Doctor: Episode 11 (3,624 words) © gummimochi for Dramabeans, 2013. . . .

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