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One of my favorite TV shows is ER, especially the first few seasons because Clooney is in it. But TV isn't the same as reality, as we all know. In Confessions of a Trauma Junkie, Sherry Jones Mayo takes us on an unforgettable ride, and I'm not just talking about an ambulance ride.
The book does open with the ambulance though, as Sherry is a paramedic. As the book progresses, so does Sherry through the ER and an onscene critical incident debriefter for Hurricane Katrina.
Through-out the journey, the book is not only told from Sherry's perspective but through others as well. Emotionally draining and challenging, with some tongue in cheek humor tossed in, this book depicts what many go through changing and saving lives. This compelling book of essays will give you a deeper appreciation for the medical profession as well as the human spirit.
I'm giving my copy of Confessions of a Trauma Junkie to one lucky Minding Spot Reader!
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