The Other End of the Stethoscope by Marcus Engel presents thirty-three personal anecdotes depicting his recovery as a trauma patient, stories that chronicle his interactions with paramedics, nurses, plastic surgeons, speech pathologists, psychiatrists, and others. Please respond to this thread by answering the following questions: Which two of these stories did you find to be the most meaningful? Why? In what ways does the text suggest the benefits of self-reflection? Your response should include direct quotations from the book, with appropriate page citations, that support your observations.