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Behind the medical mask, there's a doctor. Behind a doctor, there's a person. Behind every person there's a story. Behind every person who wins your confidence is the story of how he got that way and where it s going to take him.
"Anyone who looks perfect, isn't". So says Tristam C. Wagner. He should know. He can befriend anyone, gain anyone's trust, and if you've met him, you already like him. That's how he thrives in the daily war of all against all. He's clawed his way up from a past so traumatic that he disassociates thinking about it.
He's your doctor. He's ready to do whatever it takes to do the right thing -- even if it kills you. Some doctors are so vain they succumb to the "God Complex". Some may wish to go beyond that, to do without God completely. Ultimately, ethical decisions have to be made by someone, and whoever takes complete responsibility for right and wrong and who thinks the ends justify the means sets themselves up as the new master of God's domain, with all the risk that entails. To take all responsibility for morality, for every ethical decision, is ultimately to take on the whole world; one would need the heart of a saint and the recklessness of a madman.
About the Author
Norman Dubeski is currently an instructor at Guelph University. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from McMaster University. His likes include silly puns and Darjeeling tea. His second book, "Tick Talk" is scheduled for publication by Crossquarter Press for 2007. It is a survival guide to help people recognize the irrational personality types around them who inflict emotional abuse, sucking their feelings dry.
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- Paperback: 445 pages
- Publisher: Crackjaw Publishing; 1st edition (May 26, 2007)
- ISBN-10: 0978202619
- ISBN-13: 978-0978202613
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