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Unsung Heroes

While I myself have retired due to disabilities incurred in 2006 while under inordinate serious fire from both my board, The Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners, and my employer, once in a great while I still get to help somebody.  I am so blessed to continue to serve our fine men

Last Friday night another of our country’s aging warriors opened up to me and I listened.  He told me (part) of his story and it shocks me.

We were so engaged in conversation that we closed the store down.  He thanked me as we parted because he was told he could not discuss this matter for 40 years!  It has been 40 years since he was captured in North Korea!

It was my privilege and honor to help him resolve those old festering wounds just a little bit more.  In spite of my Board’s terrible treatment of me, effectively prohibiting me from practicing psychology ever again, I have superior skills.

I understand the etiology of schizophrenia’s and mood disorders and I treat them effectively in extremely short order.  One talk with me is all it typically takes.  In fact, I don’t know of another psychologist who knows and understands the causes of thought disorders and bipolar disorders!

When I meet a man like this I do not seek to satisfy my curiosity.  I merely listen and I work quickly, then I do my best to forget so that their privacy is really preserved and respected.

I keep no records.  I charge no fees.  My office can be anywhere.  And most folks don’t even know what I am doing for them.  But they certainly can sense it.  And they walk off freer and jovial.

True, I act outside of the box and my thinking is outside of the box, but YHVH Father God has given me a skill set that no one can match.  I know what I am doing and I don’t have the time to educate the Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners.  Heck they did their best to destroy me–just like libtards do.  And the Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) is the most corrupt agency of the State!

Several men have opened up to me and many of them were not on the books.  They were so deep under cover that they were not regular Army or even CIA!  They were contractors.

I have been blessed to have been there for them and I know I helped.  I am glad I helped.  These men need to be left alone.  They need to be allowed to live out what is left of their days in peace.  They really accomplished a lot for us, they made serous sacrifices and they remain unsung heroes.