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Dr. Bernie Siegel MD was born in Brooklyn, New York, and attended Colgate University and graduated with honors from Cornell University Medical College. He practiced general medicine and pediatric surgery until his retirement in 1989. He is the author of several books on the relationship between the patient and the healing process as it manifests throughout one's life. He is an avid lecturer in the medical and spiritual communities.

Dr. Siegel lives with his wife Bobbie in Connecticut; they have five adult children.

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  • 1986 - Love, Medicine & Miracles - HarperCollins Publishers ISBN 0060914068, ISBN 978-0060914066
  • 1989 - Peace, Love & Healing - HarperCollins Publishers ISBN 0060917059, ISBN 978-0060917050
  • 1993 - How to Live Between Office Visits - HarperCollins Publishers ISBN 0060924675, ISBN 978-0060924676
  • 1999 - Prescriptions for Living - HarperCollins Publishers ISBN 0060929367, ISBN 978-0060929367
  • 2003 - 365 Prescriptions For the Soul - New World Library ISBN 1577314255, ISBN 978-1577314257
  • 2003 - Help Me To Heal - Hay House ISBN 1401900372, ISBN 978-1401900373
  • 2004 - Smudge Bunny - (Children's book - Illustrated by Laura J. Bryant) - New World Library/HJ Kramer ISBN 1932073035, ISBN 978-1932073034

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Dr. Bernie Siegel MD is an american author. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, and attended Colgate University and graduated with honors from Cornell University Medical College. He practiced general medicine and pediatric surgery until his retirement in 1989. He is the author of several books on the relationship between the patient and the healing process as it manifests throughout one's life.

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  • Every day is my best day; this is my life. I'm not going to have this moment again.
  • If you watch how nature deals with adversity, continually renewing itself, you can't help but learn.
  • I believe that we are here to contribute love to the planet - each of us in our own way.
  • The simple truth is that happy people generally don't get sick.
  • Receive and give liberal doses daily for the rest of your life.
  • WORDSWORDSWORDSWORDS - which one is more powerful, the words or the sword?
  • Live life to the fullest; no one knows what will happen tomorrow. Accept what comes; use it to master the art of living. Worrying won't help. Live one day at a time. Share hope with people. Remember there's a light at the end of the tunnel. No one knows the power of the individual. Keep trying. It's all right to show emotions. Don't stop dreaming. God is always there to help. Don't wait for tragedy, say it today: "I love you and I'm glad you are alive."
  • I keep pictures of myself as a child around to help me recall what a precious creation I am and to remind me to be more forgiving of myself.

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