Benefits of postive thinking

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Benefits of postive thinking

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I think it’s important for children to develop these positive mental pathways early in life because it helps them lead a more rich and fruitful life. As adults we known that we have experiences that are negative every single day. But I find that the more successful people that I run into are people who can turn these negative experiences into a positive. One good example of that that I see every day in the Children’s Hospital are kids that are born every day with diseases that they never asked for but they have to deal with. And what I’ve witnessed is that these children are the most positive in the hospital, because they know that unless they’re positive, things can be very, very negative. And so they actually bring the spirit of the whole hospital up. And it’s a very uplifting experience.

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Edward Buchanan

Pediatric Plastic Surgeon & Author

Dr. Edward P. Buchanan is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.  He is the Chief of Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery at Texas Children’s Hospital. Before coming to Houston, he trained in Plastic Surgery at Stanford University and did further training in Pediatric Plastic Surgery and Craniofacial Surgery at Seattle Children’s Hospital in Seattle, Washington.  Although he performs all kinds of Plastic and Pediatric Plastic Surgery, his main focus of practice is Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery as well as Craniofacial Surgery.When he is not in Houston, Dr. Buchanan enjoys traveling to countries across the globe to teach and learn from other surgeons.  His most recent trip was to Lilongwe, Malawi, where he was a member of the Texas Children’s Hospital Global Surgical Initiative to help perform and teach Cleft and Pediatric Plastic Surgery.He recently wrote a children’s book entitled, “The Adventures of the Prickly Pear and the Happy Hoglet: Beginning the Journey of the Mental Ninja.” The book is intended to help children begin to develop a healthy self-image so that they can begin their Journey to becoming Mental Ninja’s (mentalninja.org).  The story was inspired by the children and family’s Dr. Buchanan has cared for over the years. 

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