What do I do for a living? I try and help people who are faced with fertility challenges to have babies. How lucky am I!
I get to interact with my patients from the beginning to the end of their journey, forming a meaningful, powerful, and successful relationship. How lucky am I!
I get to give. How lucky am I!
I get to help. How lucky am I!
I get to nurture, and support my patients. How lucky am I!
I am, occasionally, responsible for helping one to conceive. How lucky am I!
I have a great practice. How lucky am I!
I have relationships with great reproductive doctors. How lucky am I!
My life has been and continues to be focused on helping others succeed where success has been elusive. I am very lucky!
I have so much to be thankful for.
I want to extend my warmest holiday greetings to you and to thank you for allowing me to do what I was born to do: to help.
And, finally, no matter what you're going through, your suffering, your disappointments, your tears, know this: I am with you, I will devote myself to you, and together we'll get you there.
Also remember this: there are tens of thousands of homeless people in America and the world who will be eating at a shelter today, if they eat at all. Remember this: there are thousands of people, tens of thousands of people who will eat nothing today other than what they find in a garbage can in the street.
We are all blessed and we all have things to be thankful for.
Sending love and best wishes and positive thoughts to you on this special day.
My very warmest wishes!
Mike Berkley, L.Ac., FABORM