Bill Mccausland Announces Release of 'Now It's Inescapable'
Dr. Glen Coyle, a physician, used to be good at what he does. These days though, Glen is doing his best to keep his hands from shaking. He is constantly on the run from pharmaceuticals. His wife is about to leave him. The Drug Enforcement Administration comes to pay him a visit. His medical career is out of control and his life is on the brink of self-destruction.
In "Now It's Inescapable," Mccausland sheds light into the unfamiliar world of healthcare professionals. Through this novel, the author presents some critical truths among physicians and the physical, emotional and mental challenges they face behind their surgical gowns.
An excerpt from "Now It's Inescapable":
Then I examine the upshot of my sorted ways. The affect on patients has been next to zero. The effects of how I have maneuvered depreciates the way I feel-which is horrible-about
Now It's Inescapable myself. Lies and manipulations are never a way to build one's self up.
"Now It's Inescapable" reminds readers how can start anew by confronting the unresolved issues of the past.
About the Author
Bill Mccausland is a psychologist who has treated addicted physicians for years.