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By: Dai Lewis

Happy Never After?

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Harry had been a happy-go-lucky member of the human race until his girlfriend of two years decided she preferred the company of her own gender. Since then his life had become a downward spiral of misery and self-pity. His best friend Paulie had been as supportive as any male can be, but he too was beginning to drown in Harry’s woes, as were the rest of their group. Together with his twin sister Sarah, Paulie was determined to get Harry ‘back on the horse’ and find a girl. They knew that if that endeavour was to have any chance of success, he would need to recover his happier self. Thus began Harry’s quest to trawl through some of the myriad alternative therapies in a desperate attempt to ‘pull himself together’. Unfortunately for Harry, ‘Murphy’s law’ was a reality and anything that could go wrong, did, usually in the most unlikely and worst possible ways. The adage ‘There’s always someone worse off than you’ is true and in the world of alternative therapy that person is Harry. Throughout this rather painful journey of self-discovery, his awareness of deepening feelings for Sarah slowly develops. Join Harry through the trials and tribulations of his journey to enlightenment and hopefully love. This is his story.

Dai Lewis gained a doctorate in psychology after becoming a senior university lecturer in counselling, clinical and health psychology, and human relations. He has a private practice and consultancy, and has provided training for the health profession, education and the police. Combining his love for writing stories and silly poems for his children with his training as a clinical hypnotist, Dai developed a storytelling protocol for helping children in chronic pain. Being a firm believer in the therapeutic value of reading and writing, Dai tries to find the inherent humour in any topic, however difficult it may be.

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