Every once in a while you have the privilege of watching or reading about someone doing the very thing they were put on this earth to do. I think Paul McHugh is one such person and he is becoming one of my great heroes. Reading his book, I am convinced he must be a gifted teacher and mentor.
He is perhaps best known these days for his wise stand against sex re-assignment surgery. He is also known for his courageous battle against recovered memory therapy and the multiple personality syndrome industry. I hope to write more about that in the future, for now I want to encourage anyone who cares about someone affected by memories of abuse recovered in therapy or what used to be called “Multiple Personality Syndrome” to get this book and read it carefully. Draw courage from his wisdom, and help from the resources he mentions: