Last night a man named "B" greeted his first trick-or-treater. B wore blue scrubs, a face mask and a stethoscope. His mom sat in a wheelchair, a blood pressure cuff on her arm and oxygen tubing connecting her to an oxygen tank.
- Acting like a real doctor when someone needs help is a terrible thing.
- Making fun of things that scare us can be a healthy way to regain a sense of control.
- Along with the power to heal comes the power to hurt. If the person being made fun of isn't ready for it and takes offense, humor intended to help can actually hurt.