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A Visit With Mother Theresa in Calcutta Thirty Years Ago Inspires Dr. Puff, Clinical Psychologist, to Give Away his Books Free of Charge
Date:4/20/2009

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- On a summer research trip to India while in graduate school, Dr. Robert Puff, a clinical psychologist who now practices in Newport Beach, was inspired to give back to the world after visiting Mother Theresa and witnessing her work with the dying.

Dr. Puff said, "Mother Theresa saw God radiate in everyone, which I took to mean that everyone matters. When helping others, we are really helping ourselves. I took her example to heart and have made it my life's work to help others ever since." About 10 years ago, Dr. Puff began giving away his first book, Anger Work: How to Express Your Anger and Still be Kind, free of charge to anyone who couldn't afford to purchase it. "For every one book I sold, I mailed 20 books at no charge to anyone requesting it," he said.

Several years ago, a computer tech person encouraged Dr. Puff to offer his book online as an e-book. Since then, Dr. Puff has made all of his new writings available at his web site, www.DoctorPuff.com. "Many people don't have time to read, so I decided to make all my writings available in unabridged audio form, and of course for free," said Dr. Puff.

In addition to his book, Anger Work, Dr. Puff has written numerous articles on topics especially relevant in today's stressful world: Living a Peaceful Life, Raising Healthy Children and Teenagers, and Creating and Maintaining a Healthy Living Environment. Each of these articles is available in both e-book and unabridged audio recording format at www.DoctorPuff.com.

As an ongoing effort to serve others, Dr. Puff is working on numerous new projects, including e-books and audio recordings. For instance, he is currently writing an article about the importanc
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