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How I Survive Vizmom A Guide for Everyday Living

Author Name: Vidhu Bhatnagar | Format: Paperback | Genre : BODY, MIND & SPIRIT | Other Details
This book handles the complex subject of a working mother’s various resources and techniques of handling her stress of working as a busy doctor, along with the responsibility of giving good upbringing to her children, sometimes with support and sometimes without, and striving to be a better person and a better parent all the time. The working mother is an anesthesiologist who deals with peri-operative management of operations and also works in critical care and this nature of her work makes her a devout believer of goodness, life and happiness (she witnesses so many people struggling for them). It is also a book about her own journey towards self discovery and she wishes to share all her knowledge so as to help everyone understand the meaning of Positivism and Power of Prayers. This book initially commenced as a blog; the continual support of her audience prompted her to initiate it into the world as her creation.
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Vidhu Bhatnagar

Dr Vidhu Bhatnagar completed her graduation in 1999 from AFMC, Pune and has been practicing as a full time professional, since then. She successfully completed her post-graduation in Anesthesiology in May 2007. She was blessed with her first born in August 2006 and the second born in Jun 2009. She commenced her super specialization in NeuroAnesthesiology in Jan 2011 and successfully completed it in Dec 2013. She is presently working at a tertiary care hospital as an Associate Professor and Neuroanesthesiologist. The stress of pursuing higher education, handling relationships and managing kids was overpowering and it took some time for her to realize the ways and means to handle everything optimally. She became an ardent follower of alternate healing practices including Reiki and Pranic Healing during this journey. She also is a Tarot card reader and Oracle Card reader and paints ‘Mandalas’ for relaxation. She is a devout follower of inherent goodness in one and all and strictly believes in spreading happiness and the message of ‘attitude of gratitude’. These lessons learnt during her journey have been woven into her books: “How I Survive, Vizmom!” and “Surviving Stress: rediscover the Awesome You”. She also made an attempt to decipher Anaesthesiology as a stream to common people as well as the junior doctors, in her book “Knock, Knock, I am your anesthesiologist.”