Yesterday's doctors had the time to visit with their patients. We took delight in hearing what had been special in our patients' lives. We learned about the particular events that made some patients so different from any others, made them what they are. Some intrigued us. Some charmed us. Some amused us. Some worried us. And some scared the pants off us. None bored us.
Such personal knowledge of our patients helped to make us see them as individuals. Indeed, patients might be surprised to find how much we recall of those times they came to see us. This book, a collection of stories from patients' lives, may show we remember them fondly.
Transgender Athletes in Competitive Sportis important reading for all students and scholars of the sociology of sport with an interest in the relationship between sport and gender, politics, identity and ethics.
Stanley is an adventurous little star
who wants to find his place in the great big nighttime sky. After
seeing other stars working together to form the constellation, he
wonders what his role in the cosmos is.
Never giving up hope or his search for
a place in the world, Stanley teaches us that we all serve a purpose,
and that God never forgets about even the smallest of His creatures.
With lovely illustrations and a
heartwarming message, “Let’s Follow Stanley” is a wonderful
story for loving families to share with their children.