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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,…

SONGS FOR THE FORGOTTEN- A Psychiatrist’s Record

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   Songs for the Forgotten: A Psychiatrist’s Record of Truth is a memoir that combines pivotal moments from my Southern upbringing in the ‘70s with case histories accumulated through thirty-five years of treating psychiatric patients, particularly those drowning in the cultural epidemic of child abuse. This book tells their stories and mine as I struggled…

Another Great Rejection!

WE ARE GETTING CLOSER!!! Dear Dr. Burns, Thank you so much for reaching out to Baylor Press; we are honored to be considered for this important and much-needed volume. Your story and those of the remarkable people you have worked with and cared deserve to be told, and the telling will do much good in…

Accepting Reality

8/5/2019 8:44am Blogging has been slow. When my life declines, I stop writing. Also, I’ve been editing. Remember My Record is True? The name of my book has changed to Do You Feel Safe Today? courtesy of my new editor. Deep diving into editing changes you—you go far left brain instead of right and your creativity drops off.…