Someone Gay: Memoirs
The author of the perennially popular and life-changing book, Loving Someone Gay, recounts his own life journey from shame, guilt and fear to pride, self-confidence and understanding of true feelings. Sharing how he made the transformation himself, Don Clark, Ph.D., the first officially openly gay psychologist in the U.S. and "father of gay-oriented psychotherapy," points the way for others to claim an identity and sense of pride and follow him on the path to happiness, meaning, love and success. Don Clark is a writer, teacher, and consultant and clinical psychologist who has specialized in group and individual work with gay people since 1968. His writing includes fiction, textbooks, and articles for both professional journals and popular magazines.
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A WIDER WORLD
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LOVE AND DEATH
A COLLEGE GRADUATE
THE ROAD TO HOME
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