Lots of health care coaches, me included, stress the importance of getting a second opinion at every significant medical crossroads. But seven out of ten of us don't do it, according to a recent survey. Everybody knows the basic idea of a second opinion, but we hesitate. Sometimes it even feels wrong. What gives with that? And what does this tension tell us about the times when our instincts can defeat us? In this newsletter, we'll answer those questions, and explain why the second opinion should always be your first choice. Read on for more.
In This Issue:
- Why We Hesitate to Get Second Opinions
- Seven Good Things about Second Opinions
- Making the Process Work Well for You
- Check Out Our Previous Tips
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