Autobiography of a Quack

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2006 - Psychology
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Part One is an introduction of myself describing my first 40 years starting with the suicide of my mother, continuing with a life supported by a loving father (and a troubled stepmother), going on to choosing the wrong profession and an inappropriate wife ending in divorce but blissful single hood.

Part Two presents psychotic madness and the struggle of the mind to maintain control of the self in an environment where distrust of misdiagnosing doctors, prevail. It shows how reality and imagination are mixed together resulting in fascinating but often dangerous situations. Amateurish theories about the anatomy of the brain and characteristics of the nervous system, and what causes homosexuality are shared.

In Part Three, resolutions of major issues occur. The psychotic illness comes under control. A mutually healthy relationship with a beautiful and intelligent woman is established. A more suitable profession is identified. A support network is built. Basically, a harmonious person emerges.

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