Little Boy Lost by Dr. Ron Mercer Ph.D.

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"“Little Boy Lost”:

“Little Boy Lost” depicts the life journey of an American male, as his studies in the chosen field of psychology, play a secondary role to the more profoundly influencing people, places, and events which he encounters along the way shaping his perceptions and beliefs. It is a story about the trials and tribulations of growing up as a man in American middle-class suburbia. It’s a story told with brutal honesty, humor, and irony.

“Little Boy Lost” strips away the male mystique and bravado and uncovers the fear, anxiety, and dark urges which many men experience, but don’t discuss. It is not a book about men being from other planets. It is a book about an actual, educated, professional, relatively successful man who is far from perfect – and who the author hopes other men will both relate to, identify with, and be inspired, as well as allowing the female reader to more completely understand the inner workings and emotions of their male counterparts.


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Published July 21, 2004 by Xlibris. 132 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, History, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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