I am no different than anybody else. I have good days and bad days. I tell my patients, friends and colleagues that, too. We all do. Sometimes, it is due to the weather, changes in family or life. Things end, new things begin. There is apprehension when there is an unknown. Will this be good or bad? You won't know until you try. Life is like that. I've had my share of flat tires, car troubles, lost items, being sick, etc. It happens to us all. I have learned to take most bad things in stride. I know they will never last forever. If I'm having a bad day, chances are somebody else is too. Also, somebody else is probably having a good day. The same happens if I am having a good day. Chances are someone else is having a good day too and somebody else is having a bad day. What is most important is not holding on to the bad feelings from having a bad day. So that you can have a good day.