Dear Nurse Dave,
As a nurse, is there any remedy you can suggest for recurrent bad attitude?
Bad attitude is a certainly a major problem but fortunately there are remedies that work. These remedies fall into a few major categories including: medication, watching someone with an even worse attitude fail and of course Feed Your Mind.
Medication - Sometimes if someone is going crazy at the hospital (i.e. taking clothes off and running down the hallway) they get a shot of Haldol. This doesn't always work but it certainly can. Many of my more naked patients have tolerated clothes after Haldol (this is a very good thing, in the hospital the patients least interested in clothes are usually the ones that need them the most). Medication for attitude doesn't end there. Antidepressants have done a lot of good for attitudes. Talk with your doctor about that.
Watching someone else with a worse attitude fail - I used to take angry kids on hikes. Something about watching an angry kid kick a rock in frustration and thereby cause even more pain to themselves can heal a bad attitude. What I'm saying is that watching someone hurt themselves is funny and that can heal your own bad attitude.
Feed your mind