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by Philip Morris | Jan 10, 2012 | Articles | 21 comments
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I absolutely love your blog and find many of your post’s to be just what I’m looking for. Do you offer guest writers to write content available for you? I wouldn’t mind producing a post or elaborating on a number of the subjects you write in relation to here. Again, awesome site!
Please write a post on any relevant topic. I would be happy to engage in blog discussion. Philip Morris.
Posted on I ralley like your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you design this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it for you? Plz answer back as I’m looking to create my own blog and would like to find out where u got this from. many thanks
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I’m happy to have come across your web-site; and your article. Thanks for taking the time to author this wonderful post!! I will be keeping up with your future posts and have bookmarked your site to see what else you publish.
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I would like to thank Dr Philip Morris for his outstanding work. When searching for someone to assist my family with my fathers dementia i heard about Dr Morris’s work through people that knew of him. I have read many of the articles that he has written,and find comfort in the fact that those who are suffering from having dementia or a mental illness,or care for someone with either,have a a champion for their cause.
I have a brother with an extensive frontal lobe injury and know first hand the challenges that families and carers face. Its sad that often its only when we experience the devastation of seeing someone we love lose their faculties or see a friend or family member plunge in to depression from mental illness that we start to speak out about all that is wrong with the system.
I feel very fortunate to have met and seen what Dr Morris achieves in his work. So thank you Dr Morris for all the personal time you have dedicated to these causes,it has not gone unnoticed at all.
Dear Liz, it is a pleasure to be of help. Despite the difficulties of managing dementia I believe it is important to keep a positive attitude. Philip Morris.
I am curious to find out what blog platform you’re utilizing? I’m having some
minor security problems with my latest website and
I would like to find something more safeguarded. Do you have any suggestions?
WordPress is the platform.
Hi Dr Morris, It’s been about a year since we last spoke but I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your assistance with my mum who was suffering with undiagnosed Psychotic Depression. After your intervention and discussions with the appropriate people mum was provided with the right treatment and transitioned successfully into care. At the time I contacted you she was fading fast due to a long history of taking a cocktail of the wrong medications and living with pain. She is now living happily, taking very little medication, has no pain and is back to reading a biography a day! My time with my mother is precious and I will be forever grateful for your kindness and helping bring her back to me. Thanks for taking the time to read my original email and for calling me. That is something I have never known a doctor to do so I was surprised when you responded. You are truly a compassionate and amazing human being. Thanks again.
Look forward to more blog posts!
President Obama made a good point at the recent commemoration at the Pearl Harbour Arizona monument attended by Japan Prime Minister Abe. In reference to deeds done in the past he said:
“As nations and as people, we cannot choose the history that we inherit,” he said. “But we can choose what lessons to draw from it and use those lessons to chart our own futures.”
The immediate reference was to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbour at the start of WWII in the Pacific. But equally these sentiments can apply to the USA nuclear bombing of Japan, or the inhumane treatment of prisoners of war, or the Holocaust, or the separation of Aboriginal children form their parents, among other things. Food for thought.