Memento Mori: The Antidote to Fear

skull on table | Memento Mori: The Antidote to Fear

It started as a painful bruise on my shin.

Then the pain got so bad I thought I’d broken it. But the color was off — it was spreading and turning weird shades of red and purple.

When I went to the ER, they said it was a mild infection and sent me home with antibiotics, and told me to come…

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Corey Wilks, Psy.D.

Corey Wilks, Psy.D.

Clinical Psychologist | Executive Coach. Better mental models for life and business. Subscribe here: https://coreywilkspsyd.com/newsletter/

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