Dr. Dirt: The Best of His Tall Tales & Short Essays

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iUniverse, Nov 10, 2010 - Self-Help - 264 pages
Why would anyone give up a lucrative medical career to become a small-time landscaper and struggling author? Read DR. DIRT to find out. Youre sure to find information you can use, reflections you can relate to, and stories you can chuckle at. This book contains an interesting assortment of Dr. Kesslers best stories and articles.
 

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Contents

Pets Plants
40
Psychobabble
64
Medical Mat ters
118
Politics Religion
162
Sentimental Journey
204
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About the author (2010)

JEROME A. KESSLER graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 1980, completed residency training in North Dakota, and then started a private practice in 1986. He holds a B.A. in psychology, an M.D., and national board certifications in three specialties – Internal Medicine, Family Practice and Geriatrics. He is a devoted husband and father. He spent 19 years taking care of patients in Sidney, Montana, a town of 5000 people, before retiring from medicine in 2005. He started a family landscaping business, authored a semi-fictional memoir (Crazy Like Me: Memories & Musings of a Retired Small Town Doctor) and writes a weekly newspaper column – which is sarcastically called “Dr. Dirt”. His columns were once about landscaping, but now cover a wide range of topics: personality profiles, humorous anecdotes, sentimental reflections, medicine, psychology, marriage, and more . . .

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