Testimonials from Parents to Dr. Peter Haiman
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Dear Dr. Haiman,
Thank you for sending this article and your listening ear!
I appreciate your helpfulness and understanding. All too often we go through life simply doing what we have to do.
Thank you for your willingness to take those extra steps along the way!
We want to thank you for your help and encouragement concerning our daughter.
Your follow-ups are a blessing!
I enjoy you as a professional and as a friend.
Thought you might like this piece that was in the paper.
Talk to you soon.
It is a rare occasion that one receives a gift so precious and meaningful to one’s life. The confidence and belief you have shown me regarding being a teacher is indeed a precious gift for me. It gave me reassurance and confidence I needed; most of all, it rejuvenated my dream and drive to be aware of student’s need is possible and still teach. Because, that’s what you did for me. I have been questioning whether my quest was possible with closing of schools, budget cuts and teacher lay-offs. Somehow, I lost site of my dream and drive, but I found it _____ through you!.
Furthermore I want to thank you for understanding my health problem, and I want to thank ______ for speaking and informing me about my mediation.
Before closing, I wish you, joyous Christmas & New Year!
Dear Dr. Haiman,
I want to thank you for coming to talk to the San Ramon Mother's Club yesterday.
You'll remember me when I tell you that I'm the one who was crying.
I really appreciated your way of approaching parenting. I think my tears came
because you touched on several areas that are very close to my heart. During
the break, you spoke with a woman who knew her second child was her last.
This is true for me, also, and I've been struggling with that and with the
fact that my 18-month-old baby is growing up. I have a difficult time getting
rid of anything that represents his babyhood (i.e. his infant bathtub, even
though he hasn't used it for over a year.)
As I told you yesterday, I've also been struggling with the fact that my husband,
pediatrician, and friends are encouraging me to quit breast-feeding. After
talking with you, I feel strengthened in my view that I'll let him quit when
It may have seemed as though I was upset by the things you said. I wanted
to let you know that, on the contrary, your discussion reaffirmed what I had
been feeling, but thought was wrong because others in my life had disagreed
I was amazed at how much you cared about each person's situation. I also wanted
to thank you for telling us what is best for our children, despite the fact
that it wasn't always what everyone wanted to hear.