This novel was inspired by a true story which shows how a child can transcend many seeming insurmountable barriers, even sexuality. This inspirable compassionate story is about three people and how they solved the conflicts they face in life. Dr. Bergman learned about this case history while working in the psychology field. He concluded the account must be told because it teaches very important lessons about the ability to put the health and welfare of a child ahead of one’s personal life desires. The remarkable twist and turns in the story helps readers to better understand the psychology of sexuality. It also illustrates the imperative to put the needs of others ahead of ones’ own goals. Some details were changed to protect the privacy of the families involved to allow the story to flow in a logical narrative show.
About the author
Dr. Bergman was an Associate Professor of Psychology teaching a wide variety of classes in this area. He was also a therapist at Arlington Psychological Associates, Toledo, Ohio and Toledo Pain and Stress Center. In this position, he worked in the clinical psychology area with the typical private psychological clinic client. He is also the author or co-author of 50 books and over a thousand publications. His writings have earned him front page newspaper stories five times. His work has been translated into 13 languages including Arabic. This is his second novel. His first novel How Great Evil Birthed Great Good was called a “page turner,” “a must read” and “full of insight about why people do evil things” by reviewers.