Currently I am in my 10th year as a Massage Therapist. I now run my own practice and have plans to eventually retire from the hands-on aspect in approx 10 years. That being said, I hold professional licenses that are regulated through the Department of Health. That's where things get a little hairy. My story (all true) can have some repercussions if it became popular. This isn't just about the regular aspect of being a massage therapist. There are client indescrestions/affairs that have occurred, funny things I've been witnessed to that I couldn't begin to make up, feast and famine days, horrible bosses. I've come to the understanding that before I publish something like this, I have to take precautions: Like remaining unknown, changing the settings so no one can pin point where I've practiced as well as who I could be. Then the part of not being a writer makes it even more of a challenge. Should I look for a ghost writer? Plus should I even bother to write it at all? I do not know where to or how to begin.... Sample Chapters: -Massage Therapy 101 - Ready to Become Skilled in the Healing Arts -Employment Reality Check -You're Fired -Removing The Shoulder Chip -Feast and Famine -I'm Not Supposed to Laugh -Psychotherapy Included -Corporate Slave to Chiropractic Fraud -Dual Relationships -Creeped Out -Building a Conscience -Cleaning the Slate and Starting Over -New Practice -Remembering Why I Became a Massage Therapist Any and all thoughts and advice are welcome even if it is to suggest not to publish it at all.