Someone Gay: Memoirs by Don Clark, a clinical psychologist and author of a ground-breaking LGBT acceptance self-help guide , is is his autobiographical memoir spanning the many decades of his life, free again for a limited time courtesy of LGBT specialty Lethe Press.
This contains the author’s personal reminisces of his childhood during Great Depression in the 1930s, through his military service in WWII, being a post-war student in Europe in the 50s, and eventually coming to terms with being gay and writing his self-help guide in the 70s and 80s.
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The author of the perennially popular and life-changing book, Loving Someone Gay, recounts his own life journey from shame, failure, guilt and fear to pride, self-confidence and understanding of true feelings. Sharing how he made the transformation himself, Dr. Don Clark, the first officially openly gay psychologist in the U.S. and father of gay-oriented psychotherapy points the way for others to claim gay identity and gay pride and follow him to happiness, meaning, love and success.