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Today I will discuss another cultural belief: fatalismo. Fatalismo is the belief that one does not have control over his or her future but instead it is left to fate or God. It is the belief that fate cannot be … Continue reading
In last week´s post, I discussed the cultural value respeto and the role it plays in pediatrics, mental health, doctor-patient communication and patient compliance. This week I would like to focus first on how to interact adequately with a Latino … Continue reading