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October 18, 2022

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The Booksie Classic House

Never underestimate the healing and rejuvenating abilities of sleep. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a rhythmic piece of writing that may either be interpreted as a song/lyric or a sort of poem. It is a short metaphor for mental health. Read More
This is only an observation and some guess work. After one has a Heart Attack, I suppose all sorts of ferhoodlements can arise. This one was pretty suspicious, though. Maybe this will help someone, maybe not. Read More
Do you have a chronic illness? Do you want you, your doctor, and researchers to understand your chronic illness better? This workbook allows you to track your symptoms every day. You fill out the day and date, when you experienced a new symptom during the day, what the symptom(s) were… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Short lines about the heatwave in Europe 2022. Read More

Tags: poem, health

this is part 1 of a short story "the fallen." it is a collection of chapters, each involving a different character who made victim to excessive drug use, peer pressure, and mental issues such as depression. the story is not fully based on true events, but rather a slight exaggeration… Read More

Tags: drugs, mental, health

An essay on the need to change attutudes to medical resaerch and human care Read More
A brief argument piece in opposition to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Read More
Mentalism is an art in which people appear to have supernatural mental abilities, or truly possess supernatural powers such as telepathy. It is known as the most powerful type of magic. The performer (usually known as mentalist) creates its impact by moving objects without touching it, levitate, predict the future,… Read More
Cover art: photograph taken at a time when I actually had friends (wow!) Read More
This was written by my wife Sumako Matsuda-Breyette, as a whimsical record of the way our first grandchild Saki saw and interpreted the world around her, up to the age of 5... The book is written in English and Japanese (both kanji and kana, so younger Japanese children can read… Read More
As we head into another hot Aussie summer, this is a cautionary and hopefully mildly amusing tale about a young man's health concerns. Read More
Using the infamous "cut up" technique popularised by William Burroughs. Read More
Slices of my life in hospital and in between residency. Being something of a transient at present, these reflections are just musings and thoughts. Read More
Human body-mind is a warrior, a great survivor but its full potential requires very specific processes of optimization. Everyone is a huge potential but his or her wellness and success excellence can only be attained when we decipher the Rule of Causality, which leads us there. This eBook unravels the… Read More
"My wife is a vegetarian. When my wife is with me, I eat vegetarian. When she's not, I eat meat. I'm just being honest." J. B. Smoove Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

An unspeakable wrong that must be corrected ! Read More
When you need a little love to feel at ease on your journey through life, I'll be there for you regardless of the challenges up ahead. Read More
In 2017 I wrote the poem "Locked Away In An Old Person's Body" and in 2021 i have decided i wanted to write an updated version. Both poems are linked together and some lines still remain the same. This one focusing on the changes that have been made from throughout… Read More
They’re happy to get a grain of rice and if they’re fortunate a piece of meat, They’re content with a ball to play with and pop bottles to wear upon their feet. Read More
Online therapy is a recent phenomenon. Those who want an immediate response from the therapist prefer online therapy. Online therapy can serve as a bridge to overcome these barriers for those who may be deaf, ill, live in remote areas with few resources, fear "stigma" or cannot access traditional mental… Read More

Tags: health, therapy

A true story based on true events and the struggles growing up Read More
My physician recently made me aware I've gone a bit too far with my eating. After instilling fear in me about health consequences, I met with a dietitian. I learned things such as salt-free rice cakes are not a myth, they do exist. I lost weight and feel better, but… Read More
Luckily it is possible to resort to different natural elements present on the market under different forms, available in herbal medicine and able to promote good rest, which allow us to sleep peacefully without having the collateral effect of stun. Read More

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