Many times, I have been told that I should write a book about my life because I was different, unique, or profound. I had the highest grades in grade school and high school, and I drove myself to the first grade in the family car at six years old. My mother and father had a relationship that was not harmonious, as did the mothers and fathers of my friends. That set my objective to earn a PhD in relationship psychology.
When World War II started, I also wanted to serve my country. A Unique Man's Journey through Life is the story of how I accomplished all that in spite of not having enough money and having medical problems. When I was told that was impossible, I did not listen, and I never had any doubt. I thought if I doubt myself, how could I get anyone else to believe me? I also helped many other people solve their problems to achieve what they wanted. I found the appreciation they had, and their thanks certainly were some of the greatest joys in my life. As my dad would say, "I appreciate their appreciation."