A holistic approach to pediatric care in Frisco and Plano, Texas

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How high is your integrity? Take this interesting quiz

  • Have you ever borrowed a book or another item from a friend without returning it?
  • If a cashier hands you more change than you’re entitled to, without noticing it, do you accept it?
  • Have you ever borrowed small sums of money and failed to return them?
  • Do you “theater hop,” watching two movies even though you only paid for one?
  • Have your ever kept somebody else’s newspaper or magazine when it was wrongly delivered to your home?
  • Have you ever returned goods as damaged or defective when you yourself damaged them?
  • Have you ever sent a text, had an online interaction, or searched the internet for something you would be ashamed to have your significant other read?
  • Did you ever keep library books without paying for them?
  • If you find a wallet or purse with money in it, do you attempt to find the owner or give it to an official, or do you keep it and say nothing?
  • Did you ever buy something at a store, use it once with entire satisfaction, but then return it and claim it to be unsatisfactory?
  • If you could obtain a million dollars by some shady trick without much danger of being found out, would you take it?
  • Did you ever take a towel or other object from a hotel?
  • In school did you ever cheat at examinations?
  • Have you ever “ghosted” someone you were dating — ceased communications without offering an explanation?
  • Have you ever taken some small thing at a store — when nobody was looking — a piece of candy or fruit or even a small piece of merchandise?
  • Have you ever tried to get a child’s price on a meal or attraction for a child who in fact exceeded the age limit for the discount?
  • Did you ever push ahead of somebody in line or get ahead of your rightful turn?
  • Have you ever told someone you would be praying for them, but then failed to say a single prayer on their behalf?
  • Do you accept a paycheck for 40 hours of work, when you really do significantly fewer and spend a lot of your hours goofing around/surfing the internet?
  • Are you currently in a romantic relationship you know you’re going to end, but continue to delay having the break-up conversation?
  • If you get to the parking lot of a store, and realize there’s an item in your shopping cart you didn’t pay for, do you go back inside to pay for it or take it home with the rest of your items?
  • Do you show up for meetings and appointments at the time you agreed to be there?
  • Do you visit a blog/website (which costs the site’s owner money in server costs) while using ad-block, without financially supporting the site in another way?
  • Have you ever inflated or outright fabricated something on your resume?
  • Have you ever accepted the credit for an idea or project that was really due someone else?
  • Have you ever taken home your employer’s office supplies for personal use?
  • Have you ever made an anonymous comment online that you would have been ashamed to have attached to your real name?
  • Have you ever framed and filtered a picture on Instagram in a way that made the experience depicted seem far more interesting/exciting/exotic than it really was?
  • Have you ever said you’d go do something and failed to show up?
  • Have you ever disclosed a piece of information to others that a friend told you in absolute confidence?

Author: txnaturalpediatrics

By training, I am a American Board Certified Pediatrician. But in my younger years I grew up with natural alternatives. As a mom I have tried to incorporate both for my kids and it has worked wonders. And finally, as I am studying natural & alternative medicines, I realize the beauty and wisdom of living closer to earth. Hence in my practice I integrate both...for acute ailments I follow American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation but for simple and/or chronic conditions I prefer natural alternatives. In western training we were raised to think that "health is the absence of symptoms and problems". But eastern sensibilities has educated me that "Health is state that allows one to use the full capabilities of their body, mind and intellect. Therefore, healthy living is a balanced state of well being: physically, mentally, socially and spiritually." This implies that healing is not a "one-pill-fits-all", but a personalized experience.

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