Dr. Mills shared his professional life between two concurrent careers. He worked as a decorative painter in the mornings and practiced psychotherapy in the afternoon and evenings. Althrough the nature of the work might appear quite different, he describes the common link between them as an enbodiment of depression and renewal.  He offers eclectic musings on a wide range of topics, each one weaving personal narratives of heart felt experience that reveals the struggles and joy of a life well lived.

Confession of a color-blind House Painter  is written  in a light humorous

style that encompasses surprisingly insightful commentary on life and the enduring power of love.


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