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Who Cares What the Numbers Say?

Who Cares What the Numbers Say Book and Kindle Covers

“Who Care What the Numbers Say?-“Statistically speaking, my mom didn’t have the luckiest year. But who cares about the numbers. I would be hard-pressed to find a smarter, cuter, more perfect mom.” Wilton, my daughter, wrote this birthday message, her love and confidence echoing. Hard to believe it’s almost the first anniversary of finding the…

It Hurts!!

Who Cares What the Numbers Say

Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com From: Julia Burns Subject: Mastitis Date: March 19, 2014 To: Lisa C, MD Julia here with a medical problem. I have had mastitis since early February, which has not responded to two rounds of antibiotics. IT HURTS!! My doctor is trying to get me an appt. with the breast…

Telling Patients

Who Cares What the Numbers Say

This is my first entry from my new book, Who Cares What the Numbers Say? My daughter named the book on my birthday, when she wrote her best wishes to me on Facebook. "Who cares what the numbers say, I'd be hard pressed to have a smarter, cuter, more perfect Mom." While practicing psychiatry in…

Generational Healing

SURELY WE ARE REMINDED THAT DURING THIS SEASON OF DARKNESS, WE ARE APPROACHING A SEASON OF LIGHT. THE MIRACULOUS BIRTH OF THE CHRIST CHILD REMINDS US THAT FORGIVENESS AND LOVE ARE THE ONLY THINGS THAT MATTER. HALLELUJAH! CHRIST IS BORN, CRUCIFIED AND RISEN. LET US REJOICE AND BE GLAD IN IT! LOVE DR. B          Time…

Praise for Songs for the Forgotten

Songs for the Forgotten Johnny

Thank you all for your praise on my recent book, Songs for the Forgotten: A Psychiatrist's Record!! I wanted to share with you all some of the feedback I received as it touched my heart deeply. I would love to hear more feedback!! Please leave a review on Amazon or send me a message!!

Society for the Protection of Animals

FOREWORD The man who cries out against evil men but does not pray for themwill never know the grace of God.—Saint Silouan the Athonite In 1874, nine-year-old Mary Ellen Wilson was living in Hell’s Kitchen, the underbelly of New City, where she was beat- en, neglected, and frequently chained to her bed. A religious mis-…

Henry

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Here’s another old saying that deserves a second look: ‘Eye for eye, tooth for tooth.’Is that going to get us anywhere? Here’s what I propose: ‘Don’t hit back at all.’—Matthew 5:38-28 Henry was fifteen and a half when he was seen on a Person in Need of Supervision (PINS) petition because of his academic failure,…