This book is an inspirational and compelling look at one man’s struggle to go from street-thug, gang member, and teen heroin addict to become a Doctor of Medical Sociology (PhD.). It demonstrates how he learned to read in his late teens to overcome post- traumatic stress disorder, street-level trauma, learning disabilities, and while in prison, learned to read and earned a GED. This little book is a must read for any person thinking of getting a General Equivalence Diploma (GED), struggling through life and thinking of quitting, and anyone who has ever thought about going back to school at any grade or any level – from high school to college.
“I just finished reading your wonderful book. It’s inspiring and incredible! I know it will be a great help to those who may have had a start to their lives that was similar to yours. After reading your book they will be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel and practical steps to achieving their dreams. You have a great deal to offer. I greatly admire your courage and determination.”
Barbara Dana, Internationally renowned stage and screen actress
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