December 13, 2007



Sounds like Judith, the psychologist, has turned out to be a friend. I would love to have someone in my life with such compassion and inspiration. I'm going through a painful divorce. It's sad when someone who you were close to will use your illness to benefit themselves. I am grateful that I came upon this sight and read Whaley-Tandy's poems. Maybe if I aspire first to be that kind of friend, I'll be returned with the same kind of friend.

Posted by: Beth at January 12, 2008 12:43 PM


We're glad you find Whaley-Tandy's poems helpful. Your positive outlook sounds like a good idea and we wish the best in coping with your illness.


Posted by: szwriter at January 13, 2008 4:59 PM

It takes time to fine the right one to become that person who you can talk to and feel that good about. It is also devastating when you lose them for some reason. I had a Psychiatrist for years that ended up having a brain tumor and had to close his practice. Good Psychiatrist are hard to find, I have been wandering ever since, trying to find that person to click with. Sometime going without and just getting my Med's. I just started with one at the VA Hospital, hopefully she will be the one. I love the Poetry and will purchase it for inspiration, Thank you.

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